Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1936 · Page 56
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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 22 CHARLES CITY NEWS Mrs. Lucian Rites Will Be Wednesday CHARLES CITY—Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning for Mrs. Sophia Delend Lucian, 67, widow cu the Napoleon Lucian, in the Catholic church with Monsignor V»". J. Convery officiating and interm nt will be in Calvary cemetery. Mrs. Lucian died Monday in the Cedar Valley hospital where she was taken ten days ago following a stroke. She is survived by four children, Clarence and Guy Lucian, Mrs. Hazel Byrnes and Mrs. Myrtle Hennegir, all of Charles City. Mrs. Melvina DeWald. 65, who spent the last six weeks at the home of her son, Frank DeWald where she died Saturday, was buried in Fairbank Monday afternoon. Funeral services were held in Oelwe ; n where vlrs. DeWald had made her home with a son, Edward. Her husband died in 1934. Mrs. De'Vald's narcnts settled as pioneers in the town of Fairbank. ganization of students interested in encouraging on the campus discussion of religious and social Droblems. Ofif cers Arc Installed. CHARLES CITY—New officers of the Women's Benefit association were installed at the home of Mrs. Carl Peterson, 900 Springs street, as follows: Mrs. Mary Hoger, president; Mrs. Grace Hines vies president; Mrs. Lillian Keuch, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Luella Leaman, financial secretary; Mrs. Lena Peterson, chaplain; Mrs. Emma Spyr, master of ceremonies; Mrs. Edna Ballard, sergeant; Mrs. Ruth Immer, inner hostess; Mrs. Stella Larson, junior supervisor. Following the program and business session there was an exchange of gifts. lows: Devotionals, Mrs. Eloise Merrick; vocal solo, Mrs. Ruth Melcher; report on work in, rural schools, Mrs. Fannie loweU; talks, Mrs. Mary Ryon and Mrs. Minnie Klaus. Mrs. Betty Cr.rney, a student at the Minneapolis School of Art is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Carney. The Cedar Valley Rebekah lodge will entertain the members and their families at a Christmas party and dinner Tuesday night in the lodge rooms. Mrs. Oskal Basuk and daughter, Jeanne, left for New York City where they will visit Mrs. Basuk's sister for three weeks and attend the wedding of Mrs. Ba- suk's'nephew. Judge T. A. Beardmore went to Northwood Tuesday to hold court. Two do n red cardinals were seen on the lawn of a home at South Joslin street. Old timers predict this is the sign of an open winter. Old Time Sawed Off Shot Gun Found in Gravel Near Algona ALGONA—There ts considerable speculation as to what a sawed off shotgun of old time construction, which was found near here, could have been used for in an early day. The gun, 10 gauge, was buried in two feet of gravel and was discovered by WPA workers l J /2 miles north of Algona on a road near the Upper Des Moines river. Believed to have been made 50 years ago, the gun may have served bandits in an early day, it has been conjectured. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY—The condi- ,ion ol Mrs. Flater, wife of Dr. M. : C Flater, o£ /loyd, was said to i be improved at the Cedar Valley I hospital. She fell downstairs in • her home and fractur-i' her skull. r 11 ' P\ L *' T^,,r ! Audrey Runyard had a major College Debating 1 our i ope , ation in tbe cedar Valley hos- ' Charles Cityan Is On CHARLES CITY — Stanley Benz, ?on of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Benz, will be one ol two students to represent Iowa State Teachers surgery. pital Mondav. Marian Marsh, Greene, was | brought to the hospital for minor college on a holiday debate tour which will take them through the eastern states and Canada. His debating partner will be Ernest Brandenburg of Tripoli. Dr. F. W. Lambertson, debate coach who will accompany them selected the members of the team. They will leave Cedar Falls Dee. 28 and return Jan. 13. The question to be debated is, "Resolved: That con- Mr, and Mrs. Hudson Werder of Denver. Colo., arrived Monday to visit at Jie home o: Mr. Werder's sister, Mrs. Ira Frederickson and husband. Mr. . has been confined Frederickson to his home since he want to Chicago to buy stock for the furniture store. Mr. and Mrs. Werder had been in Youngstown. Ohio to attend the wedding of their son. Frederick. ^"should be'emp-iwered to fix The W. C T. U. wUl meet at minimum hours of industry." ! the home of Mrs. Stella Laison Mr Benz is president of the I Wednesday afternoon. The pio- United Student movement, an or-1 gram on "Peace will oe as IQJ United Fruit Co. 33 East State Street PHON'E 74S.7J9 FREE DELRERTt Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Calif. Oranges, Navels, doz. ,. I Texas Grapefruit, I seedless, doz Idaho Potatoes. 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Monarch Gelatine, 6 pkgs Monarch Whole Kernel j Corn, vac. pack, 1 C I ltJL 12 oz Monarch Corn, G. 1 C _ B.. size 2 can ..... 1 JL .Monarch Baby Food. 3'/i oz., 3 cans ..... Mon. Tomato Juice, US 1 /: oz.) 3 for ... Monarch Coffee, vac. can. drip or reg., Ib Monarch Peanut 97 /» Butter, 24 oz. jar . . t* I V- Monarch Mince Meat lOc Monarch Pumpkin lOc Monarch Black Tea, !/« Ib. ISc; vi Ib. .. Monarch Orange Marmalade. 16 oz. Monarch Boullion Cubes (12 in box) .. 33c 25c 18c Monarch Green Tea, I/ A Ib. 15c; !/2 lb. .. Monarch Lemon Juice, 7|/2 .oz. can .. 19c Monarch Egg Noodles, lb. cello 1 O p bag AO1 - COFFEE—Folger's, Hills Bros., lb 30c 2 Puffed Wheat. Quaker, 3 pkgs. 25c! Tomato Soup, Campbell's, 3 for Libbys Pineapple Juice ....- lOc Asstd. Chocolates, lb. box 25c Libbys Orange Juice Chocolate Cherries, lb. box Fresh New Nuts, All No. 1 Grade Large Budded Diamond Walnuts. Filberts, Paper Shell Pecans. Brazils, Aimonds, Jumbo Peanuts. National Fruit Co. 101 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. Phone 824 Free Delivery She's busy stocking WHEAT-OATA! When you try ibis merry breakfast food, you'll agree there IS a Sanca Claus! Wbeat-Oata's just the thing to snap family breakfast appetites smartly to attention —to give warmth and morning- long energy. It's Wheat and Oats, blended together to bring out the best of each—an unforgettable flavor combination! Costs less than Vi? * serving. Try it today. GIANT SIZE (60SERVIKGS) 25 .\OATA RALSTON PACKAGE 10* WHEAT-DATA Cooki 4n3rrunwe4_ OATS AND WHEAT • IT'S GOOD TO EAT features , Baiji foobs BUTTER 136 Mixed Nuts, Ib ......... 20c English Walnuts, Ib ..... 21 c Brazil Nuts, Ib. . . ...... 20c Popular Mix Salted Nuts, Ib ......... 29c Yellow Popcorn, Ib .......... • 10c Queen Anne Mince Meat, 9 ox. pkg. . . 9c Fancy Hallowi Dates, !b. pk. 23c Fancy California Figs, 8 ox. pkg. 9c Sultana Queen Olives, lOVz ox. jr. 25c Ann Page R's'b'ry or Str'wb'ry Preserves, 1 Ib. jar ,,...19c Fancy Country Gentleman Del Monte Corn, 2 20-ox. cans ....... 23c Del Monre Peaches, Y. C. halves or sliced, 2 — 16-oz. cans 25e Sweet Pickles, qt. jar..^ . .29c Christmas for the Dog 'Daily' Dog Foods, 12 16-ox. ens. 59c WHITEHOUSE MILK JELLO 6 DELICIOUS FLAVORS 3 'A OZ. C J W PKG. HYDROX GOLDEN OR PALE DRY Gingeraie 3 2S oz 29c J BOTS. •*"' w Plus Bottle Deposit CHRISTMAS CANDIES ChocoKte Cream Dronj, Cuir. Drops, Crime Slices or Pt»nut Brittle. Ib. lOc Liberty Crftums, Cut Rock Mix, Plastic Fruit Nut Filled May This Be the Happiest ChriKLmas Ever, . . . Your A. I: T. Store M«r. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 9 NAVEL ORANGES ™r 27c Sweet Potatoes, 5 Ibs. , . Large Stalk Celery, 2 for Radishes, 2 bchs. Large ,.25c Head Lettuce, 2 for 15e 25 C Bananas, 4 Ibs. ,. . .27e . . 9c Cranberries, Ib. .... 19* un. IP "A. * P. Bm4w»ron? 7 to 8 P. M. ChrlitmM Eve, SUtlori WCCO A&P Food Stores Diamond Bros. ;» K,n.T» , m «AL SHC.AU-WEDNFg.AY. THURSDAY .«. SATU^f 105 NO.TH FEDERAL rHRTSTMASHHHillll potron - Fr'sh Dressed, No. 1 TURKEYS, Ib. BEEF Sirloin STEAK, !b. Pot ROAST, Ib. Rolled RIB or Rump ROAST, Ib. Swiss STEAK, Ib Fresh Ground BEEF, 2 Ibs. **^ M I fancy, No. 1 Z5£ I DUCKS, 19c Table SALT 10 Pound Bag ISc ISc 25c MMMM^HMHB* 15c PORK Loin ROASTS, Ib. Fresh HAM, Ib. .. Spere RIBS, 2 Ibs. . Pork CHOPS, Ib. Fresh Side PORK, !b. 18c 17c 27c 19c I CHICKENS, j Heovy Breed, ib. VEAL CHOPS, |H ( p Pound *«^ ROAST, '|C r Pound *J** STEW, | Or 2 Pounds *7V MUTTON CHOPS, 3 Pounds ROAST, Pound 4 AM I Frefn Dressed 19C I GEESE, Ib. 25c 9c 23c Sliced Breakfast BACON, Ib. ... 5 Pound Box O(r BACON 7 J*> Smoked PICNICS....-: Bacon SQUARES ... Boneless CORNED BEEF, Ib. Fresh OYSTERS, a.r 17c Boneless CODFISH Pound Box NOODLES (Cello) 1 Pound Package ..... REX Imi-Fruit Jelly Pound SUGAR 10 F " : J Package 46c PURE COCOA 3 I ISc FRESH EGGS 25c CORN STARCH 3 Me CRACKER JACKS 3 B lOc PINK SALMON Pound ffhj, Tall Con 1VI» 5 Pounds for Choice RICE 25c Soda CRACKERS Pound Box u 15e K. C. Baking POWDER 1 Pound Can 13c D. B. MILK Tall Cans 29c SHREDDED WHEAT, 2 boxes 23c 1 MILLER BRAN FLAKES. 3 pkgs 25c BROWN SUGAR Pounds . . "Kernel-Kist" CORN Golden Bantam — Whole Kernel No. 2 Cans 25c Hub PEAS (No. 3 Sieve) No. 2 Cons 25c Choice TOMATOES I No. 2 Cans Chocolate Covered MINTS JELLO ORANGETTES Fine, small. Orange hearts For salads. Garnish for cock- toils. Packed in syrup. 2c-- 2SC Sliced PINEAPPLE <% No. 2 Kreemy Minute FUDGE Makes over 1 pound delicious fudge. No cooking. 15c Per Package "Mrs. Franklin's" Chocolate Cherries 1 Pound Box Marsh ma I lows Pound Package . MINCE MEAT (Bulk.) Pounds MOCA BEAN Coffee Per Pound . 15c CARROTS & PEAS 2 "Can,* 25C PEANUT BUTTER (Bulk) 2 Pounds for Peanut Brittle, 2 Ibs. . .19c CUT ROCK/2 Ibs 25c 100% FILLED, 2 Ibs. . .25c Diamond's Best NIFCO" RED SALMON, 2 toll cans.39c | CQy£QjrSTERs7No. 1 tall can lOc Roasted Peanuts, 2 Ibs., 25c WALNUTS, Lge, per Ib. 21 c Chocolate Drops, per Ib. 10c/ Seedless RAISINS Pounds for . . . 29c Citron, Orange and LEMON PEEL Per Pound 29C BRILLIANT Coffee Per Pound 18c HERSHEY BARS Pound Asst. Red Label Blue Label Hubinger SYRUP (In 5 Ib. 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