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

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 18, 1935
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 18 3D 1935 TWENTY-ONE BOY IS RESCUED FROM DROWNING Companions Take Youth Who Had Been Fishing From Water. DECORAH, July 18.--OrvJlle Olson, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Olson of Decorah, narrowly escaped drowning yesterday while fishing at the Park dam. Two companions, Art Carlson and Pat Williams, former player on the high school baseball team, rescued the boy and gave him first aid treatment immediately. After the accident he was taken to a physician, and late in the afternoon was reported well as usual. 100 Are In Tour. CHARLES CITY, July 18.- -The Waterloo Good Fellowship tour visited Charles City yesterday. More than 100 businessmen accompanied by a band, the mayor and other city officials arrived in the afternoon for an exchange of courtesies. A short program of entertainment and speeches was presented by the visitors who were welcomed by Mayor Ira Scofield and others. Charles City News Sale of Bottling Works Is Authorized by Judge CHARLES CITY, July 18.--Judge T. A. Beardmore held court here yesterday and took up a number of miner matters. Permission was given executors of the Kate Ellis estate to sell the Charles City bottling works to William A. Beckwith for $1,200. A continuance was granted in the foreclosure suit brought by Herman Leider against Frank Leider until 193T. There was some dispute. about the amount of rent to pay during the continuance which the parties settled between themselves. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY, July 18--Mrs. Eloise Merrick and Bernice and Marjorie Merrick returned yesterday from a month spent motoring through Niagara Falls to Newark, N. J., where they visited Mrs. Merrick's son, D. D. Merrick. After sightseeing in Washington, they returned home by the way of Girar- deau, Mo., where they visited Mrs Merrick's daughter, Mrs. R. M. Nehl The Rev. A. A. Rideout, the speaker at the Wa-tan-ye club used for his theme the ideal of sen-ice Helen Bernard was program chairman. Mrs. Scott Donaldson entertained a small group of the younger set a' a bridge luncheon at the country club yesterday in honor of her niece Miss Graham of Decorah. Mrs. Lawrence Martin left last evening to Join her husband at Nilcs Mich. Mr. Martin recently entered into a contract with Stan Stanley and his dance band. He will play th« trombone and violin. Mrs. H. H. Dodd, Evanston, 111. is visiting her sister, Mrs. George S. Smith. Mrs. Phillip Bissonnette and son, Adonis, and daughter, Loraine, returned from a vacation trip spent in northern Minnesota and Minneapolis. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rutledge at their home in Oakwood. Theodore Kellogg arrived this week from Champaign, 111., to visit his sisters, Mrs. Fred Blumenstiel and Miss Hazel Kellogg. The office of clerk in Scott township was declared vacant due to the failure of the incumbent to file bond aa required by law. na jj ona | g ame o f g roc eTy shopping, Rite- Way's values score consistently. Our "heavy hitters" Cooperative Buying and Operating Economy, are always "on deck" to save you money. Look at the "line up" for this week- · it's another win for the home-owned teaml Specials for Week of JULY 19th to 25th CHERRIES No. 10 can Mayflower . . . red pitted cherries Mola Soap Flakes For all fine fabrics SUMMER DRINK JACK SPRAT . six delicious flavors 4 pkgs. PEANUT BUTTER 33° JACK SPRAT . . made from No. 1 peanuts only ckey Mouse cut-outs on every packagt large Jack S p r a t . . . in savory tomato sauce Mayflower . . . four fresh fruit flavors © O Smoothly blended, mild and mellow Jack Sprat . . . easily digested . . . healthful Macaroni or Spaghetti . 3 Jack Sprat . . . easily prepared G l O f O X everv household plnt I ZC Sani-Fiush Fiy Swatfers Fly Ribbon Mason Jar Caps Jar Rings Paraffins Long handles . . knocks 'em dead Morton's . . . Free running or iodized 3 Bridge Projects to Be Let Tuesday AMES, July 18. #)-- The Iowa highway commission said today It had added a bridge project in O'Brien county to two bridge projects already scheduled for letting Tuesday. The O'Brien county bridge will be located on highway 59, south of Primghar. Other bridge projects are in Clark and Winneshiek counties. More than 30 resurfacing and maintenance projects are scheduled for letting. Honored at Shower. LYLE, Minn.--A parcel shower was given Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Larson who were recently married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Larson, parents of the bridegroom. A program included vocal solos by Mrs. J. M. Johnson and Mrs. Henry Stromley, readings by Miss Pearl Fritcher and Mrs. Victor Volstad and a mock wedding. The Perfect Tea for "ENERGY" "Mother says everybody knows how important a well-balanced diet is... and she says Shredded Wheat is an ideal food. She must be right. It tastes fine and I feel fine." Crisp, golden-brown Shredded Wheat is just right for youngsters ... contains the vital health de- ments necessary for strong bones and teeth... for sturdy growth. EDDE for the package showing the picture of Niagara Falls and the red N.B.C Unccda Seal RATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY "uneeda Bakers- LOMBARDO'S NEW FRUIT STORE 20 North Delaware CORN FLAKES 20 oz. can PEAS . . . GREEN APPLES, 4 Ibs 25c ORANGE SLICES, Ib. PORK and BEANS, 16 oz. can BLISS COFFEE. Ib 5 Ibs. BANANAS 25c Bottle of CERTO . . WE SELL FOR LESS 23c POTATO SALAD PEA SALAD BAKED BEANS COLD MEATS PARDON ME .SIR, BUT CAN YOU TELL ME WHERE FOLKS ARE GETTING ALL THE NEW TABLE SILVERWARE 1 SEE ABOUT THESE WHY,MY GOOD MAN, HAVEN'T yOU HEARD ABOUT *THE BEAUTIFUL SILVERWARE WHICH IS OWEN FREE WITH HASH'S TOASTED COFFEE? STEP INTO ANY GROCERY STORE AND LOOK AT THE LOVELY SILVERWARE (FULLY GUARANTEED,BY JOVE) WHICH IS GIVEN FREE WITH NASH'S TOASTED COFFEE-YOUR GROCER HAS NASH'S TOASTED COFFEE AND FREE SILVERWARE AWAITING YOU. Solely to induce more women to try Nash's Toasted Coffee--a coffee which contains, according to scientific analysis (Van Cleve Laboratories) 35.7% more flavor than coffees roasted by old-fashioned methods--this special offer of free silverware is being made. With each 2-pound, vacuum-packed, glass jar of Nash's Toasted Coffee you will find a teaspoon attached directly to the tan On the 3-pound, vacuum-packed, glass jar you will find a fork of the same pattern. Oa the 1-pound jar you will find a coupon, four of which will entitle you to a knife, which your grocer will give you. NASH'S TOASTED COFFEE Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets We Reserve the Right to Limit No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 FRIDAY-SATURDAY WE DELIVER $1.00 ORDERS FRUIT DEPARTMENT Watermelons ' each 33c Oranges, 2 dozen 29c Green Apples, 5 Ibs.. . 25c FOR CANNING Apricots Gooseberries Bing Cherries Extra Fancy, box $1.99 Cucumbers, each 5c New Potatoes, peck. . . . ? FOR CANNING Currants Red Raspberries ICE CREAM SOCIAL Daughters of Union Veterans Tonight--Thursday, July 18 Luke B. Miller Rock Garden 842 1 st Northwest--Everybody Welcome The Program The Mason City High School Band Dancing Girls Ruth Vanderwicken, Beverly Billman, Betty Armstrong, Mary Kern, Kathryn Knapp, Margaret Miller, Marilyn Miller READINGS Mrs. Arthur Brogue -- Mrs. R. L. James Violin Solo -- Evelyn Cheesrnan Mrs. Will Cheesman and jimmy Fleming, Accompanists Veal Stew, Ib lOc Veal Roasts, Ib : 20c Lamb Roasts, Ib 19c Lamb Steaks, Ib 20c Pig's Feet, quart jars. : .-. ...*.;-- 30c Beef Short Ribs, Ib. 14c Choice Beef Chuck Roasts, Ib... 22c Spring Fries Extra Fancy Cold Meats -- For Hot Weather Pure Cider Vinegar, g a l l o n . . . . 25c Jar Rings, 3 dozen lOc Van Camp's Pork Beans 5c Peanut Butter, large jar 29c Tomatoes, can 10c Ketchup, large bottles, 2 for. . . 25c Ry-Krisp, pkg 15c Barbecue Sauce, bottle lOc Nectar, 3 bottles 25c Corn Flakes, large pkg 10c Dried Pears, Ib lOc Dill Pickles, large jar 17c Matches, 6 boxes 19c Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs Kraft's Miracle Whip, quarts... 35c Chase Sanborn Coffee, Ib.. , 25c Toilet Paper, 7 rolls ..,... 25c Oval Sardines, can lOc Sardines in Oil, can 5c Peas, large can , : . : . ; . lOc Monarch Shrimp, can 15c Monarch Yacht Club T u n a . . . . 16c Golden Bantam Corn, 2 f o r . . . . 25c Post Toasties, large 1 Oc Monarch Peanut Barter, large. . ; 39c Olives, large jar 25c Fig Bars, 2 Ibs 25c 25c Uoyd Smith, Forest City, the Speaker. Everybody Welcome Monday, July 22 Luke B. Miller Rock Garden, 842 First Street Northwest Featuring Elks' Glee Club--22 Members Music -- Dancing -- Singing -- Readings Program Arranged By Mrs. Howard Hunt MR. FARMER:--Buy your harvest orders here -- Bring us your eggs -- cash or trade -- any of the 4 stores. Where prices are low and quality high. LARGE NO. 10 CANS Prunes 29c Peaches 45c Cherries 49c Blueberries 69c Red Raspberries 65c Ketchup 59c Pears 39c Blackberries 45c Black Raspberries. . . . 55c Broken Slice Pineapple 65c Father Paul Lavalette and his parishioners cordially invite you and your friends to attend the Floyd County-Wide Picnic, Rockford, Iowa, Sunday July 21st. Dinner, Supper Served. Games, Free Vaudeville, Legionnaires' Program 4 P. M. Address by W. G. Henke. 3 Bars Ivory Soap, I Ivory Flakes, all for I9c Van Camp's Tomato Soup 5c Crackers, 2 Ib. caddy 19c Folger's Coffee, Ib 30c Folger's Coffee, 2 Ibs 58c Value Milk, tall cans, 5 for.. : . ltl 25c Monarch Gelatine, pkg.. .;.,,,... 5c Monarch Cake Flour, pkg.. ,. : . 25c Clean Quick Chips, large pkg... 19c Certo, large bottle 25c Pink Salmon, tall, 2 for 25c

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