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February 12, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 12 1934 NERVOUS? RUNDOWN? Mrs. C. E. Ellsworth of 306, Route 3, McCool;, Ncbr., said: "I was nervous, rundown and weak, I used Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription and itsoan , made me feel like m y ' r normal self again." Dr. R. V. Titice prescribed this for liis pa, ticnts when in active practice more Ulan sixty years ago Write Dr. Tierce's Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y. New sire, tablets 50 cU., liquid Sl.CO Laice bs, or liquid, 51.35. "We Do Our Part?" SHIRTS or SHORTS 4 for $1 LARNER'S HUNKINS RITES HELD AT CHURCH Mason City Printer Buried at Memorial Park Cemetery. Funeral services for A. B. Hunkins, 69, local printer, who died of heart embolism Friday afternoon, were held at the First Baptist church Monday afternoon. The Rev. A. W. Caul, pastor of the church, was in charge of the service. Burial was at Memorial park cemetery. The text of the Rev. Mr. Caul's ser- Did Your Feet Get In? Have your feet shared in the NEW DEAL? Don't leave them out. You'll need them as long as you live. Keep them ready for action by keeping them in touch with SHOES from . . . L A1RD 14 B. State St. Whero Shoes Are Really Fitted Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets Tuesday, Wed., Thurs. WE DELIVER $1.00 ORDERS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT MEAT DEPARTMENT Sterling Veal Steak, Ib : loc Sterling Smkd. Ctry Style Sausage, 2 for'25c Decker's Short Cuts, Ib 15c Decker's Round Steak, Ib 17c Decker's Sirloin Steak, Ib 17c Decker's Beef Boil, Ib 6c I Decker's Beef Roasts, Ib .. lOc Decker's Pork Cutlets, 2 Ibs 25c Decker's Pigs Feet, Quart Jars 29c Decker's Smoked Hams, Ib .13c FRUIT DEPARTMENT Lettuce, Large, Solid Heads 5c Celery, White, Crisp Stalks lOc Lemons, Large Fancy, Dozen 29c Grapefruit, Large Seedless, 6 for :. 25c Oranges, Good Size, 2 Dozen 35c Oranges, Large, Dozen 24; Oranges, Extra Large, Dozen 35c CHEESE DEPARTMENT A Cheese Department that the state of Iowa, can be proud of--VISIT IT Liederkranz, Extra Fine, Package 23c Borden's Chateau Cheese, 2 Packages.... 29c Borden's Cream Spreads, Glass 17c Swedish Bondost, Pound 29c Norwegian Primost, Ib r . . 15c German Kock Kaese, Package 18c Longhorn Cream Cheese, Ib. .- 19c LENTEN SUGGESTIONS Monarch Yacht Club Tuna, 2 Cans 25c Sardines, 7 Cans 25c Pink Salmon, Tall Cans, 2 for 25c Red Boy Salmon, Tall Cans 19c Bulk Pancake Flour, 6 Ibs 25c Macaroni and Spaghetti, 5 Packages 25c Bulk Macaroni, 3 Ibs 25c Banner Oats, Large Packages, 2 for 25c Monarch, Yacht Club Sweet Peas, can 15c Monarch, Yacht Club Golden Bantam, can lOc Vinegar, Pure Cider, Gallon 19c Ketchup, Large Bottles, 2 for 25o Dean's Milk, Tall Cans, 4 for. 25c Mother's Cocoa, 2 Ib. can .19 C BRING THEM HOME The state legislature has been In special session a long time. It Is costing a lot of money, I think that every one of these men rnn on a platform of economy In government. I know It has been a long time since some of you have been sent down to Deg Moines, so practice what you preached just before election and you will have a better chance of returning to Des Moines. No private business In the world could be run like the state anfl national business Is run and I must be right, for you don't sec any state piling up ,11. surplus. Let's run the stale business on business principles nnfl wo will all save; money. Sterling Coal and Feed Co. WHEN YOU NEED COAL JUST FHONE JACK. McCOLE--182--for the famous STERLING GOAL LUKE B. MILLER JACK McCOLE, Mgr. ROCK FALLS LADIES' AID CHICKEN PIE SUF- 1'ER, THURSDAY, FEB. 15, ROCK FALLS, IOWA Clear Lake Butter, Ib ?? Toilet Paper, 6 Rolls 25c Chase and Sanborn Coffee, Ib. 25c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib. 19c Folger's Coffee, Ib. 31c Folger's Coffee, 2 Ib. Can 59c Monarch Gelatine, 5 Packages 25c Monarch Peanut Butter, Large Jars....25c Peaches, Large No. 10 Can 49c Oxydol, Giant, Package 49c Oxydol, Large, Package 19c P. and G. Soap, 10 Bars . .2nc Brooms, Not so good 29c Jersey Cream Flour, 49 Ib. Bag ..$1.59 Occident Flour, 49 !b. Bag $2.09 Gold Medal Flour, 49 Ib. Bag $2.09 Omar Flour, 49 Ib. Bag ......$1.89 Camay or Kirk's Hardwater Soap, Bar... 5c Rinso, Large Package 19c _----_-- ^ MH. FARMER: Bring- us your eggs, cash or trade. USE 1'ARKING Sl'AOE BACK OF STORE mon waa taken from Joimathon's words to David In First Samuel, chapter 20, the eighteenth verse, "Thou Wilt Be Missed." The Rev. Mr. Caul spoke of how Mr. Hunkins would be missed in the business of tho'city, the community, the church and the home. ITr. Hunkins was a deacon of the Baptist church at the time of his death. He had been a member for a number of years, having joined the church soon after arriving in Mason City about 1910. A quartet composed of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Raymond, Mrs. Roger Kirk and Henry Steinberg sang "There Will be No Night There," and "Under His Wings." Mrs. J. E. Stinehart accompanied the quartet. Pallbearers were C. C. Halphide, W. D. Wright, W. B. Ten-ill, W. M. Temple, J. C. Robinson and H. A. Dwells. LUTHERANS PLAN LENTEN SEASON Central C h u r c h to Have Services Wednesday Evenings. The Central Lutheran church is planning to observe the Lenten season. A complete program for special services has been planned with special services every Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock The first of this series is on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 14. "The end for which we strive at this important season, said the pastor in'his sermon, Sunday, is deepened spirituality and more effective, efficient work in the Kingdom. Fast- igns, vigils, meditations, meetings are incidental in our lives which are for an end. Means to an End. "They are a means to an end; they are not the end. 'For some people Lent may be a charging time of the battery of grace, but this is not true religion. The true child of God goes to the battery house every day of the entire year.' "Lent is a time of special effort to 'wait on the Lord;' it is a season of frequent prayer, of special worship and free giving. At this season we should come closer to Him who i?ave His all for us--and who even today gives to those seeking--sight, riches, healing of the mind!" "Spirit" Discussed. "Spirit" wah the subject of the lesson-sermon in the Church of 'hrist, Scientist, on Sunday. The golden text was from Ephesians 5:9, "The fruit of the spirit is in all goodness and righteousness and truth." The lesson-aermon comprised quo- :ations from the Bible and from the Christian Science tethook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. One of the Bible citations read: 'I have called upon Thee, for Thou wilt hear me, O God; incline thine ear unto me, and hear my speech. As for me, I will behold Thy face in righteousness; I shall be satisfied, when I awake, with Thy likeness." (Psalms, 17:6,15.) PETERSEN TELLS OF TRIP SOUTH Gives Rotarians Highlights of Stops Made on Five Weeks' Tour. Highlights of a five weeks' trip through Central America Md some points in South America were presented by Roy P. Peterson Monday noon in a talk to the Rotary club in Hotel Hanford. At nearly all ports where he stopped, the ship would be met by large swarms of natives who would dive for coins thrown overboard. Mr. Petersen said he learned that these natives would reach the surface where the coin had been tossed and get it before It had gone only a few feet under the water. Although sharks occasionally devoured some of these divers, the knowledge that a shark was near failed to frighten them. Describes Visits to Markets. Visits to several towns in Central America included stops at market places. The wide variety of objectionable smells, quantities of food, some of which was decaying, and large numbers of dirty children made deep impressions on the visitors and took away moat of the pleasure of meals, since it was known that practically all food passed through these market places. At Guatemala City, Guatemala, two active volcanoes were seen. Mr. Petersen then described a city which had' been destroyed many yeara ago by an earthquake and lava and the few citizens who survived left the ruins and went to a new site to build a new city. Went Through Canal. After sketching stops at La Libertad and Ei Salvadore, Mr. Petersen described a trip through the Panama canal. He told how the series of locks at either end were operated to raise and lower boats to new levels. In the canal zone, he said, there ar e practically no tariffs and goods of fine quality can be cur- chased very cheaply. Stops were made at Cristobal, Colon, Cartagena, Puerto and Bar- ranqullla and then Havana, Cuba. Interesting highlights at all these points were given by Mr. Petersen. ,In re cognition of Abraham Lincoln's birthday, W. R. Hamilton, president of the club, gave a few remarks on the great emancipator. Guests were Dr. A. B. Phillips and Clarence Knutson of Clear Lake and G. H. Buchanan of Algona, all Rotarians. MAE READY FOR BANDITS NOW! Since her experience witli holdup- men, IWae V.'est has brushed up on pistol shooting. Detective J. C. Southard of Los Aiiself.'s is shown giving her pointers on the art of handling a gim. (Associated Press Photo). Ruin Awaits World, Griffin Declares at Meeting in Y.M.CA ''Mason City will lie in a heap of ruins during the raillenium, as will every other city, town, village and hamlet throughout the world. When Christ returns, the earth will 'reel and roll like a drunken man, the great skyscrapers will tumble down, the dead in Christ will rise and the living righteous will be translated. The wicked will be slain by His coming." Such were some of the statements made by Evangelist R. E. Griffin in his lecture on the millenium at the Y. M.- C. A. -assembly hall Sunday night. "This one thousand year period begins," continued the speaker, "with the first resurrection (Rev. 20:5) which occurs when Jesus comes again, 'For th« Lord Him- Now You Can Wear False Teeth With Real Comfort Fasteeth, a new pleasant powder keeps teeth firmly set. Deodorizes. No gummy, gooey taste or feeling. To eat and laugh in comfort sprinkle a little Fasteeth on your plates. Get it today from Michael Drug Store or your druggist. Three sizes. Complete Speedometer Service Central Battery Electric Company self shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel and with the trump of God; and the dead in Christ shall rise first.' (1 Thess. 4:16,17.) With the righteous living taken with these and the wicked slain (2 Thess. 1:7, 8; 2:8} none are left on earth for Satan to tempt. 'The rest of the dead,' which must be all the wicked, 'lived not again until the thousand years were finished.' (Rev. 20:5.)" CLEANERS PLAN TO MEET SUNDAY Discussion of Code Will Be Held at Des Moines Hotel. A statewide cleaners and pressers meeting will be held at the Hotel Kirkwood, Des Moines, at noon Sunday, Feb. 18, when George B. Webster, special representative of the national code for cleaners authorized at Washington, will give the latest developments of the code and answer questions pertaining- to it, according; to an announcement by Arleigh Marshall of Mason City Monday. All cleaners of the state have been invited to the meeting. The code as it stands is said to be one of the best drawn up of any that have beeen passed and is selected as one of the codes that will stand the test of the NRA. - Tho county hoard of education held a meeting in the office of Mrs. Pearl Tannar, county superintendent of schools, Monday. No action was taken but a general discussion held on various problems of the county school administration. Carload C O A L $7 NEW DEAL LUMP, delivered Compares with Best Illinois Consolidated Coal Co. Phone 1176 Day Specials MEN'S SUITS LADIES' Dresses $1.98 «- ___ up MEN'S ercoats $A.SS up LADIES' COATS $£·48 up Ladies' Silk Hose 3 pair $1 HARRY ZEBKER . 121 SOUTH FEDERAL You'll Find Thousands of AT -- ZES I just returned from a 4 WEEKS' BUYING TRIP in the East. I scoured the .markets for OUTSTANDING VALUES AND BOUGHT THOUSANDS OP DOLLARS WORTH OF MERCHANDISE ... by buying for cash I WAS ABLE TO GET THIS MERCHANDISE AT A VERY LOW PRICE and now I am GOING TO PASS THESE SAVINGS ON TO YOU! I did not have time after getting home to check over the ENORMOUS STOCK THAT HAS BEEN COMING IN DAILY, and list them in this ad ... BUT BELIEVE ME ... You'll Be Doing Yourself a Real Injustice If You Don't Shop Here DOLLAR DA Y! SAM RAIZES 215-301 S. Fed. Department Store Wholesale and Retail Phone 43 Innerspring- Mattresses Buy real sleeping comfort during this Sale for less than you can hope to later on! This low price for luxurious innerspring mattresses of splendid quality means a real saving! Coil Springs $7.95 Another great Sale sensaticn! Buy a buoyant coil spring: now, to go with a new innerspring mattress, and you'll sleep royally and save wonderfully! 45-lb. Cotton Mattresses Three-Way STUDIO LOUNGE $21-95 A luxurious davenport by day and a comfortable bed ( f u l l size or twin) by night. 3 match- tog pillows. Panel End , Metal Beds Not a flimsy mattress but one that will give you comfort and long wear. Filled with ne\v, soft, fluffy cotton and covered with figured art ticking in choice of colors. $£.95 For the guest room! Attractive new designs i n m a n y styles and finishes --priced to afford a great saving in o u r big February Sale. Four-Poster Beds Only So popular! There's something appeal- i n g a b o u t t h i s quaint style, aside from low price, that behooves you to act quick for this Sale special. OPEN AN ACCOUNT--EASY TERMS

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