Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 14, 1937 · Page 54
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 54

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 14 M 1937 YOU buy if our MEATS .. .WHEN you select them tit Extra Values For Friday and Saturday MR AND MRS. FARMER FREE DELIVERY FOUR DELIVERIES DAILY We Pay You Cash for Your On $2 Orders. On Orders 8 A. M. — 10 A. M. Eggs and You Are Not Less Than This We Charge 2 P. M. — 4 P. M. Forced to Trade Them Out. Only 5c for Delivery. PHONE 1591 Boned, Rolled and Tied Lamb Roast .. 24c Ib. Old English Sliced Bacon . . . 29clb. Sugar Cured Shnnkless Picnics . . . 20clb. Mild Cured Brisket Corned Beef . 29c Ib. BEEF CHUCK ROAST A Savory Dish Per Pound Decker's Red Hot Wieners . . 19clb. Wisconsin No. 1 Q' ality Kraut . . . IScqt. Sugar Cured Bacon Squares . . 19c Ib. Pork Roast Boston Style Butts Pound 25c Pork Liver or Hearts Pound....IQc Pork Chops Lean Center Cuts Pound....28c Pike Fresh Water Pound 18c Veal Roast Boned, Rolled, Tied Pound.... 22c Cube Steaks Genuine Pound....30c Ground Beef All Meat 2 Ibs 29c Bullheads Pan Dressed Pound....19c Yall Six Delicious Flavors Pkq. 5c Sawyer's Soda Crackers 2 Pound Box 15c Chase and Sanborn's Coffee . . Pound Decker's, Corn Country Butter Pound 36c Campbell's Soup Except Chicken Cans 19c For Every Household Use Oxydol Large Pkg. 19c An Extra Value! O.K.Soap . 5 Giant Bars Fresh Country Eggs Dozen 25c American Beauty Mac. or Spog. 3—7-oz. pkgs.. 19c Happyvale Peas, 2 No. 2 Cans. 23c Wolff's Fancy Green Olives, Near Quart.. 33c Oil Sardines, 6 Cans... 25c Farmer's Best Stock Salt, 100-lb. Bog. 69c Fancy Dried Peaches, Pound in Cello. 19c Hershey's Chocolate Mild and Mellow, ft — V 2 -lb. Bar JfC Del Monte Asparagus, No. 2 Can. 25c Armour's Milk, 4 Tall Cans. 27C Bulk Mazola Oil, Quart 35c Santo Clara Prunes, 70-80's, 2 Ibs. in Cello. 17c Extra Fancy Dried Apricots, Pound in Cello. 23c Hershey's Baking Chocolate, } /2 Pound Cake. . Franco American Spaghetti, 3 Cans lOc 2Sc Campbell's Tomato Juice, 2 Cons Royal Red Catsup, f A- 14-oz. Bottle... lUv Northern Tissue, 3 Rolls 19c La Choy Bean Sprouts, 2 No. 2 Cons Post To'asties, _2 Large Pkgs. H. J, Heinz Baby Food, 3 Cans ii? 25c Standby Tomatoes, 3 No, 2 Cans. 25c Le Grande Sugar Corn, 2 No. 2 Cans. 21C Edward's Calico Marshmallowj, Pound Pack 15c Kraft's French Dressing, Pint 19c Thompson Seedless Raisins, 2 Ibs. in Cello. 19c Old Manze Pure Asst. Preserves, Pound Jar... 25c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Insist on Sunkist YOU'BUV Oranges I £ . * 29c Texas Seedless Grapefruit . . . . 3 lOc Fancy Washington Jonathan Apples . 4 , 29c Texas New Cabbage . • • Pound 4c Big Mac big /v\ac Head Lettuce Firm Crisp • • Head 5c Cobbler Potatoes Peck 41c Sunkist—270 Jumbo Lemons 6 for 19c Golden Ripe Bananas 4 pounds.... 25c Yellow Globt Onions 3 pounds. ... 10c Charles City News Satisfactory Results Are Indicated With Gathering of Church CHARLES CITY—The' reports at the annual meeting of the First Congregational church Wednesday evening showed satisfactory results in all the departments and a balance in the treasury with all current bills paid. Dr. E. W. Huelster, pastor, presided at the meeting which was preceded by a dinner served by Mrs. Carlisle Ellis' and Mrs. George Smith's group. The business meeting which followed included reports by Louise Hering, church clerk, J. M. Smith, I treasurer; Augusta Clemens, treas- I urer of benevolences; Dr. Leonard i von Berg, chairman of the board ! of trustees; C. H. Parr, head dea- I con: Dr. Sivert Erickson, superintendent of the Sunday school, and Mrs. Frank Graham, president of the Congregational church wo- The women paid $900 into the church budget fro mtheir receipts of $1,238. Gertrude Kellogg, librarian, reported 710 books taken from the church school library during the year. The noniinating committee's report included the above named officers who were re-elected. Deacons elected for three years included Dr. C. M. Palmer, J. E. Waggoner and Dr. A. L. Miller. New deaconesses elected 2rc Mrs. C. H. Harding and Miss Gertrude Parr. A. T. Hess and H. O. Frudden are the n*i" trustees. On the ushering staff are Carlisle Ellis H, G. Bos, Dr. J. M. Miner and Dr. O. H. Banton. Dr. E. W. Huelster was given a rising vote of appreciation for his work during the year. I Bonds in 2 Counties Obtained for Hayes CHARLES CITY—A new bond was obtained for Boyd Hayes by his attorney, Weston Jones, Wednesday. Charges have been filed against Hsyes and Frank McCahan by Chickasaw county authorities for robbery with aggravation for taking an automobile away from a farmer allegedly at the point of a gun and bonds were fixed by the grand jury at $2,000. Hayes 7 bond was signed by Bim Castle, owner of the sporting goods shop, which it claimed Hayes and McCahan robbed in Charles City before going on their highway spree. At the request of Don Castle, son of Bim Castle, who is now in Texas, the $2,000 appearance bond signed by his father was withdrawn. A'ugust Hartman, Sr., and Jack Osterman, Bassett, signed a new bond for Hayes in Chickasaw county and also one for $1,000 in Floyd coanty where the men were charged with larceny of Don Castle's automobile. A Waterloo man signed McCahan's bond in Chickasaw county but he was un- | able to get a bond in Floyd ' county so remains in jail. Floyd Couple Married at Charles City Rites CHARLES CITY — The Rev. j George Vouga, pastor of the Baptist church, read the marriage ceremony which united Miss Eunice Quimby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eunice Quimby, and Burrell Shankland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Shankland, all of Floyd, The ceremony which was performed in the Baptist parsonage was followed by a dinner served by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Quimby, who were the attendants. Both the bride ana her husband were reared in this community and are graduates o' the Floyd high school. -V/iss Quimby has been telephone operator there for a year. Mr. and Mrs. Shankland will Jive on his father's farm north of Floyd. ISwaledale Will Hear "Yimmie Yonson's Yob" SWALEDALE—A benefit play for the nsw town hall, "Yimmie Yonson's Yob," a comedy-drama in three acts, will be given at the Swaledale school gymnasium, Saturday evening. The cast includes: Ii'ene Reger, Irene Vonder- Linde, Thelma Westover, Winifred P'ahus, Gayl Proctor, Elmer 1 ' VonderLinde, Edgar Krause, Glenn Eddy, Jr., Jack Willemssen, Jr., and Lloyd Hunt Mrs. Dorothy Bender is director. Buffalo Aid Society President Is Honored BUFFALO CENTER—About 30 friends including the Rev. and Mrs. Sorlein of the Lutheran church surprised Mrs. Edith Lee at a farewell party Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Lee's new home will be at Huxley. Mrs. Lee and family have been residents of this community for a number of years. Since the death of her husband, the late Jake Lee, she had been living in Buffalo Center. She is president of the Lutheran ladies aid. Boy, 14, Manly, Heart Disease Victim, Buried MANLY—Funeral services for James Scarcello, Jr., 14, were held Tuesday afternoon at the Bethei Evangelical church with the Rev. F. R. Blakely in charge. A quartet, Mrs. Blakely, Mrs. Harold Harnack. Delbert Jackson and Carl Gerkin sang during services. James Scarcello was born Nov. 28, 1922. at Sherman, Hardin county. He dropped dead of heart disease. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Scarcello, five brothers, five sisters, a grandfather, John Mishler, Manly, a grandmother Scarcello who lives in Italy. Pallbearers were Merle Mench, Allen Leslie, Robert Culver, Jesse and Alva Mason and Leland Pinta. The body was taken to Loring . where services were held Wednesday. Burial will be at Loring. Founders' Day Observed. NORTHWOOD—Founders' day was observed Monday by members of chapter ES of the P. E. O. sisterhood, the meeting being held in the home of Mrs. C. H. IV-velle. Mrs. Dwelle conducted the candle- lighting ceremony, assisted by her daughter, Miss Shirley Dwelle, and Mrs. l*on S. Barnes and her daughter, Miss Alice'Barnes. Mrs, Edna Penney of Seattle, Wash., was an out of town guest Federal Packing Co. Phons 746 We Deliver $1 Order* 213 N. Fad. Avt. SPECIAL NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY BEEF . .. IT'S GOING UP FRONT 11* G °™ HIND BEEF QUARTER, Ib. Fresh Side PORK, Ib lie QUARTER, Ib. 20C End Cut PORK CHOPS, Ib... Round, Swiss or SIRLOIN STEAK, Ib. 20C Pork ROAST, Ib.. 20c Home-Madc BOLOGNA, Ib.. I6c Large FRANKFURTERS, Ib. Pork CUTLETS, Ib. 18C Select Beef ROAST, Ib.. 14c Sugar Cured Sliced BACON, Ib. Barbecued RIBS, Endi, Ib..... Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY—Earl Winter- ink was elected president of the Charles City and Farmers Mutual Telephone company at the meeting held in the city hall. Ed Osier, president lor 22 years, was not a candidate for re-election. C. A. Hirsch was elected secretary and A. D. Youngerman, treasurer. A new grade school band and orchestra composed of 80 pupils has been started. Pupils from the four grade buildings began rehearsals under the direction ot Earl Van Rees. Miss Marian Hall was married in Hollywood. Cal., to H. D. Lawson Dec. 31; The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Laura Hall, formerly of this city and a niece of Mrs. A. W. Freeburg,. 301 .Spriggs street. The couple will live in Hollywood. Dr. J. E. Salsbury was host to a sea food supper to his sales force Tuesday night in the'Elks clubhouse. An informal evening followed playing cards and pool. Miss Lottie Craig explained the modern method of teaching school music to the members of the Wa-Tan-Ye club at the meeting in the Kellogg tea room. Miss Clara Smith was program chairman. D. B. Booth has arrived from Minneapolis to take charge of the Woolworth store. He has been with the company six years in the twin cities. He succeeds Phillip Mitchell who plans to visit, relatives for a time before assuming another position. Former Resident Burled. LAKE MILLS — Friends here received word of the deafh of Mrs. C. A. Haugen of Frost. The funeral was Wednesday. Mrs. Haugen was the wife of C. A. Haugen who was a shoemaker here for many years. OH.IFONLy WOULD COME AND *ME COOL? GET THOSE PIN6V CLOTHES OUT Hi THE Mar. AND wwr,wr LONCSD ran me SUMMER SUM, UNTIL... OXYPOlT »OT ISN'T THAT ONE Of TMOSt'fW-SCROB SOAPS WITH AWFUL HARSH •LEACHES I /KV DEAR, WHAT YOU NEED IS THE RIGHT KIND OP SOAP. COME ON, LET'S OROER SOME oxrooL ISN'T IT TERRIBLE HOW CK*r CLOTHES GET IN WINTER- WITHOUT SUNSHINE.' NONSENSE — OXYPOL'S A Of THE IVORY SOAP PEOPLE. ITS SAW AS CAN *l! YET IT SETS CLOTHES * TO warn*! iff A NEW SOAP IVE \ eiSCOVERED, CAU.ED OXTfOL. IT'S AWttING HOW SUCH ,f> CAN GtT I PONT HAVE A WASHER, BUT I SCARCELY EVER TOUCH A WASHBOARO" BECAUSE tfJTWOi 50AKJ OUT THE PtRT IN |5 MINUTES. IMAGINE: — THROUGH ALREADY.' AHt> THE CLOTHE* SMELL SO rRfSH AND XWtfT. GOODNESS-THAT LINEN IS SO •E IT JUST GKETCHEK, 90 YOU DO ACTUALLY, IT GIVES YOU RECUIAK"JUNE PAY' ;, EVEN IN THE PEAO Of WINTER, YOU'RE LUCKY, MA'M. IT'S THE LAST PACKAGI IN THE STORE. SEEMS LIKE EVERYBODY* ASKING FOR OXYDOL. WOK—THEY*£ iovfiy warm AND THE WASHER'S PEEN GOING HO TIMIXTALL! _m ABOUT COLOKS*" THIS PRINT DRESS SOMES Ol TIMES IN Oxr»»l, AND IT* FRfSH ANB HDCKT A* MfV*. AT LAST! "JUNE DAY' WASHES Even in the Dead of Winter • This new safe "no scrub" soap is working miracles in getting clothes white. You get "June Day" washes even in the dead of. winter, users lay. No wonder millions are switching' to OXYDOL. In washing machines, OXYDOL cuts the time It takes to do your wash 25% to 40%! In tub washing, it saves the back-breaking scrubbing and boiling. Just 15 minutes' soaking to the tubful, and white clothes wash snowy! Even "tough" spots come white with a gentle rub. Yet OXYDOL is so safe that every washable coior comes out brilliant, fresh. And hands stay soft arid lovejy. It's economical , too. Tests show that one package win go % to ^ again as far as even the latest soap chips e on the market. Get OXYDOL from your dealer today! rv, 5 TESTED AND APPROVED BY COOD HOUSEKEEPING INSTITUTE ftpA- IN SUDS?& TIME$ °<> CRISCO'5 *I0000.QO GO TO YOUR CRISCO DEALER'S TODAY ... BUY CRISCO ... GET THE EASY RULES AND YOU MAY WIN ONE OF THE CASH PRIZES STERLING GROG. FEDERAL FRUIT BARRETT BROS. PJGGLY WIGGLY SAM RAIZES THOMPSON DEAJV CO. TRADEMARK JIEC. 17. S. PAT. OFF. J. SCHWAB'S CROC. GOVIG, GROC. JERRY SNYDER UNITED FRUIT KITTO GROC. BStlTVEN GROC. MARSDEN MKT. CARL GRUPP BUEHLER & BISHOP WM. GARFIN CENTRAL FOOD STORE MASON CITY FRUIT CO. ATLAS MEAT and GROC.

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