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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 18, 1935
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 18 1935 NTJVETBEN 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. FKI., SAT., MON. Fly Ribbons 12for25c I'UKK CIDER VINEGAR., gal. 15c Watermelons X e ..29c Mazoia, quart 34c lOc Pineapple, 3 cans 25c English Walnuts, 2 Its 35c Maraschino Cherries, Ige. lOc 25c Olive Oil, bottle 16c Daisy Fly Killers, each ...18c Brooms, good ones 39c, 49c, 59c is It Itlnso, tui, Lifebuoy, COUPONS? -"»*·"· deem them for you. BEANS. Salad Dressing sr*.29c Guaranteed to be an good as you have tasted, or your money gladly refunded. CABBAGE var lOc String Beans, r,r...25c Matches, 12 Penny Boxes . . 9c Vanilla, 8 oz. bottle lOc Toilet Paper, *, 5, 6, 7 rolls 25c Gelatine, all flavors, pkg. So Peaberry Coffee, Ib. . . ig c NONE BETTER FLOUR 49 Ibs.* 1.98 MR. FARMER: Bring us your eggs. They buy more here. FLOUR 49 Ibs. ? 1.49 TABLE SALT 2* Mac. or Spaghetti, 3 Ibs. . 25c Oranges, Juicy, doz. 18c, ZSc, 3Sc Mac. or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs. 35c 25o K. C. Baking Powder .. 19c lea Sittings, Ib. pkg. lOc Nectar, all flavors, S for 25c OAT MEAL pkg. lOc Crystal Wedding \yith Dklics Soap, SU.. 10bars25c WIENERS perlb. 15c Peanut Butter, jar lOc, 23c, 32c Red Rose Salmon, 1 Ib. can lUc 15c Salmon, 2 cans 25e Dried Peas, 3 Ibs '. 25c 25e French Dressing, jar 14c Pnff CO «na u *r Brand VUilCC Guaranteed Ib.ISc Bing Cherries lug $1.89 DRIED FRUITS Dried Pears, 2 Ibs 19o Prunes, 3 or 4 Ibs 25c Prunes, extra large, 2 Ibs. 25o Pitted Dates, 2 Ibs 25e Raisins, package ,, lOc Fancy Peaches, Ib 19c Fancy Apricots, Ib 23c too Currants, 2 pkgs. 25e FLOUR Crushed Wheat, 5-lb. sack 28c Pancake Flour, 5-lb. sack 28c Pancake Flour, S'/j-lb. Hack 21c White Flour, 5 Ib. sack . . 25c Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs 28c Graham, 5 Ib. sack 28c Whole Wheat, 10 Ib. sack.. 48c Corn Meal, 5-lb. sack 18c Vegetables Cucumbers, good ones . . . . 5c Coniatoes, 2 cans 15c Tomatoes, qt. cans, 2 for .. 29c Cut Beets, qt. cans lOc Blominy or Kidney Beans .. 5c loc Spinach, 2 cans 25c Baked Beans, 5 for 25c [jbby's Fancy Beets, can .. Me Unia Beans, Ige. cans . . . . lOc Spaghetti, Ige. cans lOc Sauer Kraut, 3 cans 25c Jomlny, qt. cans lOc Horn, Peas, can lOc iidney Beans, Ig. lOc, 2 for I9c lop Corn, Peas. 2 cans . . 25c FRUIT JARS Hason pints, dozen 69c Hason quarts, dozen 79c Fruit Jar Rubbers, 3 doz... lOc ierr Lids, dozen 15c Parawax, 1 Ib. pkg. 12c BUTTER NUT COFFEE A Delicious Drink §b. eat! 30 E. State St. Phones 112-113 508 First St. S. W. Phone 114 Cut Rate Grocery HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor Residence Phone 310-W OFFICE PHONE 239 LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 PUN TO START BEGINNERS BAND Rental of Instruments I Provided for Children in New Unit. CLEAR LAKE, July 18.--Twen ty-five boys and girls have enrolled in the new Clear Lake junior band This total was revealed Wednesdaj afternoon after a check-up on the recruits of John Kopecky. With the enthusiasm still running high and the bandmaster swamped with requests for tryouts from chil dren and for conferences with par ents, prospects are good that the tentative goal of 60 pieces will be reached. The new rental plan for instru ments has been largely responsibli for the interest shown by student., in the campaign. For the first time the students are given a privilege o renting instruments at a low cos with the privilege of trial for three months and then returning the in strument or applying the rental on the purchase of the instrument. Director Kopecky wishes tha 1 parents consult with him as to th types of instruments needed anc those best suited to the individua child. Classes are held at the high school every morning and afternoon except Monday with no charge for instruction. Clear Lake Briefs For Rent: Mod. fur. apt. Ph. 412J Mrs. A. D. Brogan, daughter 'Anita, and son, Stanley, are visiting at the J. M. Weir country home Kitz Hotel, Bayside. Ph. 37F3 Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Scroggins and Mrs. Harold Aitchison arrived home Wednesday night from Kankakee, HI., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Scroggins' brother- in-law. L. S. Gray. Free fish fry with your beer Fri. 8 p. m. till 1. Willow Inn. Everyone invited to Catholic Ladies' Aid card party, Fri., 8 p. m church parlors. Miss Lucia O'Neill left Thursday for a few days' stay at Lake Okoboji with friends. The Misses Maude Estelle Ver beckmoes and Marguerite Halvor son are spending- several days a' Chicago as as a guest of Miss Dol ores Anderson. Sam March, Chicago, and Ben Decker, Des Moines, reurned to their homes Wednesday after spending several days as guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Jack Toole, 227 South Second street. Mrs. William McArthur, Mason City, is spending several days with her mother, Mrs. George A. O'Neill Carleton street. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miles Wheelerwood, are the parents of an eight pound daughter born at the home of Mr, Miles' parents, Mr and Mrs. John Miles, East State street. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miller, Easi Division street, have left for Los Angeles, Cal., for a visit with Mr. Miller's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Colgan and son, Billy, Portland, Ore., were guests Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Bailey, South Second street, and with other Clear Lake friends. They had been visiting at Brainerd, Minn., with Mrs. Colgan's parents and were enroute to Iowa City to see Mr. Colgan's mother, Mrs. F. L. Colgan, and other rela- ties. Oscar Colgan recently completed his course in dentistry at the University of Oregon and is now looking for a location. They are former Clear Lake residents. Mrs. Bert Jacobsen returned to her home at Spring Valley, Minn., after a few days' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bailey, South North street. Word has been received in Clear Lake of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Donn White, Pontiac, Mich The child born July 14 has been named Diana. Mrs. White will be remembered in Clear Lake as Rosemary Whitney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whitney, North Second street. Mrs. J. H. Cowan, Mrs. Ora Beem. Eagle Grove, are cottage guests of Mrs. John Porter at Bayside addition. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kutschara have returned from a two weeks' vacation spent in northern Minnesota. They visited Mrs. Kutschara's sister at Duluth for a few days and then spent the remaining time at Herseth's camp at Lake Kabeto- -ama. Americanism: Quoting the inspirational philosophies of Lincoln; repudiating them with the announcement that they do not fit into the times--Davenport Times. D A D ! / THEATER I f\ l\ l\ Clear Lake Thursday - Friday "MURDER IN THE CLOUDS" Lyle Talbot - Ann Dvorak Adults lie Children lOc Grinnell Woman Is New President of L. A. P. M. Committees for 1936 Ses *' RASPBERRIES Red Raspberries for Canning WALROD GARDENS North End of Clara St. CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Phone 237-J sion Are Named by New Officers. CLEAR LAKE. July 18.--Electiv officers of the Ladies' auxiliary o Patriarchs Militant this week at th P. M. park were installed at 2:31 Thursdlay afternoon following th business session. Bess Myers, Grinnell, went in a president; Marguerite Danielson Cherokee, vice president; Nell Crawford, Cedar Falls, secretary and Hazel Repp, Mason City treas urer. Aides Named. Mrs. Emma Hoffer, who servei as president during this session, wa inducted into the chair by the pas president. She chose Clara Bain Sioux City, and Gertrude Graves o Cherokee as her aides. The aide who will assist Mrs. Myers are Mar garet Hall of Iowa Falls and Iv Lehman, Waterloo. Miss Danielson has named Carri La Dage of Belle Plaine and Beat rice Bonham of Cedar Rapids a~ aides. Minnie Jantzen of Grinnel will be installed chaplain and he aides will be Caroline Darby of lows City and Hattie Schulz of Britt. Mrs. Wayman Closson of Mason City has been appointed color beare and escorts will be Maj. F. J. Ma kinster, Waterloo; Capt. Care Schulz, Britt; Ensign William Ko cher, Dike, and Chevalier Charle: Kocher, Clerksvilie. Lt. Col. Thome; Godfrey of Grinnell will be in stalled officer of the day and Ma J W. L. Hoffer of Cedar Rapids, offi cer of the guard. Mrs. Josephin Dustin, Maxwell, will act as report er and Margaret Noblett of Cedar Rapids, musician. Committees Chosen, Other committees announced to day who will serve for the 1936 cam] include: Resolutions and courtesies Lola Clinton, Marshalltown, Mar garet Schechter, Syracuse, N. Y Daisy Makinster, Waterloo; legisla tion, Millie Triplett, Iowa Falls Rose Viall, Mason City, Clara Bain Sioux City; credentials, Matti Hronik, Cedar Rapids, Mary God frey, Grinnell, Tessa Wilson, Mason City. Finance, Lottie Carr, Waterloo Ida Nimms, Maquoketa, Ida Closson Mason City; property, Margare Hall, Bertha Meyers, Iowa Falls Marie Kimball, Bess Myers, Grin nell; hospital, Lulu Shoenberger Sioux City, Marie Kimball, Grin nell, Gertrude Graves, Cherokee. On Registration Unit. Registration, Hertha Myers, Iowa Falls. Beatrice Bonham, Ceda Rapids, Anna Harris, May Burbank Waterloo; to visit department coun cil at 1936 session, Bess Myers Grinnell, Marguerite Danielson Cherokee; tc- visit ladies of the decoration. Emma Hoffer, Cedar Rapids, Bess Myers, Grinnell; introduce visitors, Carrie La Dage, Belle Plaine, Alta Woodside, Cedar Rapids; respond to department council Margaret Shochter, Syracuse N. Y., to respond to L. of D. visitors Lola Clinton, Marshalltown; pastime, Mable Kolwinska, Mason City Rose Woodruff, Waterloo, Lulu Schoenberger, Sioux City, Edna Bradley, Grinnell. Act for Fall Session. Committees appointed to act at the sessions held at Marshalltown ii October will be: Visit grand encampment, Nelle Hazlett, Mason City, Lena P. Millin, Dubuque; visit Rebekah assembly, Emma Hoffer Cedar Rapids, Bess Myers, Grinnell; visitors of grand lodge, Alta Striker Lea Washbum, Mason City, anc Nelle Crawford, Cedar Falls. Delegates attending the department association, L. A. P. M. this week are Olive Waldon, Waterloo; Cora Sawyer, Sioux City; Bernice Poggenklass, Oelwein; Carrie La Dage, Belle Plaine; Nellie Miller, ledar Rapids; Nelle Hazlett, Mason City; Christiana Mensing, Iowa Falls; Gertrude Graves, Cherokee; Bess Myers, Grinnell; Anna Kadlec, Iowa City; Nelle Crawford, Cedar Falls. Clinton and Davenport auxiliaries sent reports but were not represented by delegates. 120 at Banquet. A crowd of 120 attended the Ladies of the Decoration banquet Wednesday night with Mrs. Esther Lem- Sg, president, as toastmistress. Tables were reserved for all past and present officers of the different tranches of the order. Seated at the speakers' table were Seorge I. Breil. General commanding of the Patriarchs Militant Army of the World, who gave an address. : 'My Old Kentucky Home," and the 'Iowa Corn Song" were sung by all present. Others on the program were O. F. Repp, grand master; Viall, president; Maj. Gen. A. H. Savereide, department commander; George Phillips of Jefferson, jrand patriarch; Mrs. Hoffer, de- artment president; and Mrs. Cummings, assembly treasurer of Minnesota. The dining room and tables were decked in purple, white and golden lowers, the colors of the organization. Surgeon General J. F. Mauermann of Monroe, Wis., on the staff of the general commanding, also made remarks. Commander Spoke. The Department Association, L. A. P. M. met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Emma Hoffer presiding. Caroline Darby of Iowa City and Lena P. Millin of Dubuque brought greetings from the Ladies of the Decoration. M.aj. Gen. Savereide, department; Hi-De-Ho Band If": CLEAR LAKE, July 18.-"Cab" Galloway and his Cotton club orchestra from the heart of Harlem, New York City, will appear in person at the Surf ballroom in Clear Lake Sunday night. Advanced ticket sale lor this dance closes Friday night. commander, and Lieut. Col. Tom Godfrey, inspector, visited the as sociation and made addresses. Mrs. F. W. Triplett of Iowa Falls formerly of Clear Lake, was presen at this session. She is a past presi dent of the association. The decora tion of chivalry will be conferred on the grounds Thursday evening. Th group will have its picture taken be fore the ceremony. The Mason City women will be hostess to all women of the camp at a card party Friday afternoon Mrs. J. M. Hazlett is president o the auxiliary. Garner Girls Hold Houseparty at Laki CLEAR LAKE, July 18.--A group of Garner girls are spending a wee! in the Etta Inn on Glen Cove drive Included in the group are Helei Miller, Gail Kimball, Gertrude Tobi: and Helen Terwilliger. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Satter, Ma son City, have moved into their cot tage the "Satterhouse," on the nort shore, which they purchased thi spring from W. R. Mickey. Mi Satter is manager of the Pennej store of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Lovell, Mason City, have moved into tbcir cottagri on West Second street for the remainder of the summer. Forrest Jacobs and family. Mason City, are spending several weeks in Tanglefoot addition on the south shore. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Houk and chi! dren, Jack, Richard and Ada Beth Guthrie Center, and Mr. Houk's mother, Mrs. C. H. Houk of Gravity are vacationing in Clear Lake. * * * D. B. L. LUNCHEON AND BRIDGE HELD D. B. L. club members were guests at a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Lake Shore hotel Wednesday afternoon. The committee included Mrs A. A. Joslyn, Mrs. W. C. Carroll, Mrs. Jack Diercks and Mrs. M. P. Sughes. The group returned to the Joslyn home, East Main street, for sridge, Mrs. I. C. Jensen receiving the prize for high score. * X * MASON CITY WOMEN ENTERTAIN AT LAKE Msr. Roy Felt and Mrs. George Senior, Mason City, entertained a small party at the luncheon at the Lake Shore hotel Wednesday noon. * * * DOUBLE C CLASS HAS STATE PARK PICNIC The double C class of the Methodist Sunday school held a picnic supper at the state park Wednesday night to which a crowd of about 70 persons attended, families of the nembers being guests. The commit- :ee in charge of the affair included dr. and Mrs. Ben Cottrell, Mr. and Urs. Kenneth Cobb, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lincicum. The time was spent playing ball, games and swimming. * * * FRED HALLS OBSERVE TENTH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall of Iowa Falls celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary this week at P. M. ark where they were married at he 1925 session of the department council. A tin shower was held as a :ourtesy to the couple. Each year he couple has entertained a group rf their friends at dinner in celebration of their anniversary. * + * V. C. T. U. PROGRAM GIVEN AT VOOG HOME A group of 23 women attended he W. C. T. U. meeting at the Mrs. Osmund Voog home Wednesday af- ernoon. Mrs. C. C. Bowers led the evotions. After the business ses- ion, Mrs. Bowers gave a report on er investigation of the city ordin- nccs in relation to the state liquor aw. Mrs. Walters read an article by 3r. F. Scott McBride, general su- erintendent of the Anti-Saloon eague, entitled, "Sees Dry Law in ''en Years." Mrs. Orren Porter gave a trave- g of her trip to California. The en-ing committee included Mrs. rog, Mrs. Bowers and Mrs. James Shower Held for Miss Myrna Dodd, Bride-Elect CLEAR LAKE, July 18.--Miss Myrna Dodd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dodd, 117 South Center street, was honored at a prenuptial shower Wednesday afternoon at the Anton Peterson home, South Foruth street. Hostesses were the Misses Neva Harding, Howardine Walrod, Izetta Bason, Marie and Marian Petersen. Blue and white streamers decorated the dining room. Refreshments were served and the gifts presented to the bride-elect. Miss Myrna Dodd will become the bride of Arnold Jass of Garner Saturday at Garner, where the couple will reside. Miss Neva Harding and Floyd Dodd, brother of the bride, both of Clear Lake, will attend the couple. Guests at the shower were: Merle Ferguson, Mrs. C. D. Davis, Myrna Dodd, Nora Chapman, Cherie Whitney, Velma Sickler, Mary Chapman and Mrs. A. Petersen. Those attending the Bowers family reunion this week at the state park included: Miss Hannah Bowers,, Mrs. Mary Hild, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hild, Betty Jean and Rex, all of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowers and daughter, Lucile. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bowers. Leonard and Dorothy of Clear Lake; Mrs. Archie Bowers, Raymond and Elnore, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kraft and son, Dale; Miss Mabel Kubley, all of Rcnwick: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowers. Darvin and Carol Charlson. Mr and Mrs. George Bowers and Betty Jean all of Buffalo Center: Mrs. Pearl Strate, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rabe. Bargaret, Marie, Lyle and Dorothy. Gordonsville, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson and Elaine, Albert Lea, Minn. IS BETTER BREAD" .BETTER SANDWICHES To Whom If May Concern... We would like the public to know that the Pfaff Baking Company is shipping bread to Des Moines, daily. ft has been rumored that this is unfair to Des Moines bakery union men. the deliverymen and the ie grocers or buying public. The is inion men cers privilege of buying independen with the Des out-of-town; baked by r have no connection chains, The Pfaff Baking Company being an independent plant is entitled to and was asked by Des Moines groceries to supply bread for their customers during this strike.

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