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July 15, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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I EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 15 M 3935 VARIETY FOUND IN BAND CONCERT Solo Is Played by Andrews Next Program Will Be Wednesday Night. Heard by a crowd which num bered in the thousands, the muni cipal band presented a concert o much variety Sunday night in Bas park. For Wednesday night in the park, the band has prepared another program of unusually higl caliber. A number which received much applause was an arrangement by Tobani of many well known operatic melodies under the title of "Opera Mirror." C. F. Weaver directed this number with an interpretation to make as effective as possible' the various dramatic themes. C. J. Andrews played a cornet solo, "Facilita" by Hermann with brilliant tonguing and technic. As an encore he presented "The Ros- ary" by Nevin, also accompanic 1 by the band. The overture, "Yelva" by Res aiger was well given and was heard for perhaps the first time in this section. "Wedding of the Rose" by Jessel was richly descriptive while in Lowenberg's arrangement of "Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep' the audience heard clever variations of the well known tune. Moskowski's "Malaguena" was rich in tone color. Numbers scheduled for the Wednesday night program are: March, "Saint Julien," Hughes; overture, "Merry Wives of Windsor," Nicoli; selection, "Student Prince," Romberg; march, "Olivene," Vander- :ook; "Hungarian Dances 7 and 8," Brahms; "Andantino," Lemare- 'Sells Flioto Triumphal," King; march, "Caravan Club," King. Talmadge to Spealc in North Against F. R.'s Nomination ATLANTA, July 15. UP)--Gover- or Eugene Talmadge said today he ilanned a series of speeches in the CUT RATE GROCERY SAVES YOU MONEY We lead in Price, We win with Quality. Same Prices at Both Stores You cannot beat our Quality and Price any place in town. Trade Here and Save. TUBS., WED., THDRS. Baby Foods 3 cans 25 Tomatoes, Spinach. Vcc. Soup, Api-lco and Pnines Bran Flakes 3pkgs.25 PURE CIDER VINEGAR., gal. 25 POTATOES peck 19 BEANS... Cans 55 (raft's Cheese ^"141 rimcnlii. Brick. Velveta, American CABBAGE £y IOc jing Cherries lug $1.89 latches, 12 Penny Boxes . . 9 C 'anilla, 8 oz. bottle lo c 'oilet Paper, 4, a, 6, 7 rolls 2oc »elatine, all flavors, pkg. 5c caking Coffee. Ib. . . . 19 C NONE BETTER LOUR491bs. 5 1.9S Mazola, quart sic IOc Pineapple, 3 cans 25c English Walnuts, 2 Ibs 35 C Maraschino Cherries, Ige. IOc 25e Olive Oil. bottle 16c Sweet Pickles, qt. jars . . 25c Brooms, good ones 39c, 49c, 59c MB. FARMER: Bring us your eggs. They buy more here. FLOUR 49 Ibs. $ 1.49 TABLE SALT »sI5c Mae. or Spaghetti, 3 Ibs. . 25c Oranges, Juicy, doz. 18c, 28c, 38c Mac. or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs. 25c 25c K. C. Baking Powder .. 19c Tea Sittings, Ib. pkg. IOc Nectar, all flavors, 3 lor 25c OAT MEAL pkg. IOc Crystal Wedding tt'itli Dishes Chicken Feed sa $2.19 WIENERS perlb. Peanut Butter, jar IOc, 23c, 32c Eed Kose (Salmon, 1 Ib. can 19e 19o : Salmon, .2 cans . . . . . . . 25o Dried teas, 3 Ibs 25c 25c French Dressing, .jar 14c f flffflP Inallty Brana 1L * E~\ VlUUCC Guaranteed 10. A ^C GREEN TEA Ib. 19c Brig Us Your COUPONS Rlnso, Lux, ttfebuoy, deem them for yon. DRIED FRUITS Dried Pears, 2 Ibs ig c Prunes, 3 or 4 Ibs 25e Prunes, extra large, 2 Ibs. 25c Pitted Dates, 2 Ibs 25c Raisins, package lo c Fancy Peaches, Ib 19 C Fancy Apricots, Ib 23o ISc Currants. 2 pkgs 2oc FLOUR Gold Medal I 49IAJ. ... i BUTTER NUT COFFEE A Delicious Drink Ib. east 29e 30 B. State St. Phones 112-11S I 508 First St. S. W. Phone 114 | Cut Rate Grocery i How John D. Looks at Ninety-six orth this fall to "prevent the re- omination of President Roosevelt.' "I already have accepted engagements at Plattsburg, N. Y., Des Moines, Iowa, and have others under consideration," the governor said. The dates are not yet decided be said. Two men have been Indicted for conspiring to wreck the interior of a Broadway theater. It must have been a very bad play indeed!--The New York Times. THE SALE OF THE YEAR Young Demos of Iowa Plan Molor Caravan to Milwaukee Meet DES MOINES, July 15. UP)-Iowa young democrats today laid plans for a motor caravan of 200 delegates to the national convention of young democratic clubs at Milwaukee, Wis., July 23 and 24. The caravan was decided upon at a meeting of the executive committee here yesterday. The caravan will form at Dubuque at noon, July 22. Shot in Back During Attempted Robbery OMAHA, July 15. (/P)--Clarence A. Haight, 48, a South high school instructor, working as an auditor at a new West Center street night club, was kidnaped in his own car by two youthful masked bandits and shot in the back early today during an attempted robbery. His condition is serious. Haight said the men believed he had the night club receipts either concealed on his person or in the car. A Bostonian, playing bridge on a veranda, swung a t a passing bee and felled his partner. At/least he thinks there was a bee.--The Atlanta, Ga., Constitution. Royalty at Home Green Mountain Man Killed in Collision of Cars at Intersection MARSHALLTOWN, July 15. UP John Henry Miller, 34, of the Green Mountain neighborhood, an employe of Riverside cemetery, was almosl instantly killed at 7:30 a. m. today in an automobile collision on the main street at Green Mountain. Miller driving at a fair speed, crashed into a car driven by S. H. Byrd, 72 also of Green Mountain, at an intersection. Miller's car turned over and was left standing on its nose. The driver's head was crushed and the jugular vein severed. Byrd and his son, Harvey, in the other car, were uninjured. Neither car was traveling at a high speed, but the drivers failed to see each other. An inquest is being held. The affairs of state can wait as King Boris of Bulgaria plays the role of papa at the royal palace in Sofia. He holds his only child, Princess Marie Louisa, as Queen Joanna, daughter of Italy's king and (]neen, looks on proudly. (Central Press Photo) Retired Eagle Grove Editor Is Honored on Eighty-Sixth Birthday EAGLE GROVE, July 15.--Arthur H. Barnes, who retired from the position of senior editor of the Eagle Grove Eagle last September, observed his eighty-sixth birthday Sunday. At the Congregational church, of which he is a member, a basket of flowers was presented to him at the close of the morning service as a mark of congratulation and esteem from church friends. Mr. Barnes was the proprietor, editor and publisher of the Eagle for many years, purchasing the plant from O. J. Butterfield in 1896. He wrote the editorials of the paper for 37 years, retiring last September on account of failing eyesight. A few years ago the Eagle was consolidated with the Goldfield Chronicle. With the exception of failing eyesight, Mr. Barnes is apparently in excellent health. Since the death of his wife about 10 years ago, he and his son, Solon, have been keeping house together. H. W. Barnes, familiarly known as "Ward," succeeds his father as editor, and is the publisher. Should be kept in every household for daily use. Containing emollient, medicinal and mildly antiseptic properties, it does much towards keeping the skin in a clear and fresh condition. Price 25c. .Coo/right Jjj C. E._ En This is the latest photograph of John D. Rockefeller, world's most publicized multi-millionaire, taken at his home in Lakewood, \. 3 a few days prior to his recent birthday--his ninety-sixth Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets NO. 1 -- NO. 2 -- NO. 3 -- NO. 4 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday WE DELIVER $1.00 ORDERS We Reserve the Right to Limit New Potatoes, pk.. 19c FOR CANNING Currants, Gooseberries Apricots, Plums Jar Rings, 3 dozen. IOc Bliss Coffee, Ib. . 19c Pure Cider Vinegar, gallon . 25c Toll Cans Pink Salmon, 2 for . e 25c Cert o, large bottle. 25c Ice Cream Social Daughters of Union Veterans Thursday, July 18 Music -- Dancing -- Singing LUKE B. MILLER ROCK GARDEN 842 First Street Northwest 49-Pound Bag Jersey Cream Flour $1.39 49-Pound Bag Mother Hubbard Flour . . . . . $2.19 Van Camp's Pork 8 Beans, can. Se Tall Cans Value Milk, 5 for . 25c Sardines, oval cans IOc Monarch Iowa Girl Killed and Six Others Injured at Auto Overturns CARROLL, July 15. GP)--One girl was killed and six other young persons were seriously injured early :cday when the automobile in which :hey were returning from a dance at Breda overturned two miles south of Arcadia. Mildred Meyer, 16, Maple River was the girl killed. Her neck was broken. The injured, all brought to a hos- jital here, ar.e: Delphine McMahon and Helen CrobasJro, both of Manilla, · and Hilda Jensen, Virgil Jensen, Elvin Popp and Raymond Grimm, all of Manning. Popp, who was driving, said the car struck loose gravel. Order Removal of Wartburg Records to Waverly College WAVERLY, July 15. (#)--Wartburg college regents have ordered removal of records and some equipment from Wartburg college at Clinton to Waverly Wartburg this week. Waverly Wartburg will be opened here in September, a merger of Clinton Wartburg and St. Paul Luther college. The school will be housed in the buildings of the Wartburg college formerly .operated here. Regents will meet in Dubuque Wednesday to make final arrangements for the transfer. Monarch a. 9 « 3 Bars Ivory Soap, Medium 1 pkg. Ivory Flakes, all for. . . 19c Clean Quick Soap Chips Large package 19 e MR. FARMER: -- B R I N G US YOUR EGGS -CASH OR TRADE -- ANY OF THE 4 STORES Nebraska Slips. The state treasurer reports that Nebraska, in the biennium just ended, has paid its way, that it has no debts and has doubled its general I fund balance to amount to more than 51,500,000. 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