The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 6, 1936 · Page 16
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February 6, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 6 1936 DIAMOND BROS. SPECIALS -- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 100% Pure LARD 23c ft' p o u n d s . . . . (WITH 50c MEAT PURCHASE) BOSTON BUTTS Fresh « Q ^ pound AOV Fancy Sliced BACON No Rind, pound Beef ROAST pound FRESH PORK LIVER, 2 pounds 21c MEATY NECK BONES, pound 5c Fresh GROUND BEEF pounds... 2SC PORK CHOPS pound 19c WIENERS (Small) It pounds. Sirloin STEAK Pound I5c FRESH BEEF HEARTS, pound FRESH PORK SOUSE, pound BEET SUGAR 10 pounds SODA CRACKERS I5c MATCHES Boxes 15C FRESH COUNTRY EGGS per dozen 21c DOLE'S PINEAPPLE (Fancy Sliced) 2 No. 2 cons 29c SALAD DRESSING, quart jar 23c DILL PICKLES (Sliced) quart jar . ' . . . . . .. 15c Banquet CORN 3 No. 2 Cans . 25c Fork Kail PEAS No. 2 Cans . . Fancy Pack TOMATOES 3 No- 2 Cans .. PUMPKIN 4 No. 2 «- Cans . . . . * / V CRUSHED or SLICED PINEAPPLE, No. 10 can 65c RED CHERRIES (Sour, Pitted) No. 10 can 45c PRUNES, No. 10 can 29c BROWN SUGAR 4 pounds 1°C PURE COCOA I5c Pink SALMON Tall Cans 23c Miller BRAN FLAKES Pkgs. 25c REPUTATION FLOUR, 49-lb. bag $1.45 DIAMONDS BEST FLOUR, 49-lb. bog $1.65 PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR, 49-lb. bag $2.10 Bulk DATES p o u n d s . . . 23c PRUNES (40-50) pounds. . CURRANTS (Fancy) Per 1 Cr Pound *JV APRICOTS (Fancy) Per Pound 19c DIAMOND'S BEST FLOUR, 5-lb. bag 25c MIXED NUTS, per pound 15c WALNUTS, per pound NAVY BEANS 6 pounds 19c Wisconsin BRICK CHEESE Per Pound. Ralston RY-KRISP PerPkg Crystal White SOAP 25c O Large Bars. . . . 1--1 Oc PACKAGE SUPER SUDS FREE SOUPS, Tomato, Asparagus, Bean/ Peo, 5 cans. . . . . . . . . . . . 25c PEARL BARLEY, 4 pounds 25c FARINA, 4 pounds 25c Magic Washer (Large Box) Each SAL SODA (10c Size) Boxes. . . 15C GOLD DUST (Scouring) Cleanser C a n s . . . . S. B. D. Cleanser and Bleacher Large Bottle P. AND G. SOAP (Regular Size) 10 bars 27c BROOMS (Good Quality) each 42c Morton's BLOCK SALT Each 55c Soybean OILMEAL Pound £« £« B a g . . . ?1 3 / Leading Brand OYSTER SHELLS Pound Bag 100 RED ONIONS, 10 pounds 25c HEAD LETTUCE · ' ' Large for Green Top Carrots Per Bunch CRANBERRIES pounds CELERY Large Stalks for California Navel ORANGES Large, Per Dozen Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT for 2Sc JONATHAN APPLES, 6 pounds 25c; per basket $1.29 POTATOES, Early Ohios, per peck 25c; 100-lb. bag $1.45 Prizewinners Described for St. Charles Club CHARLES CITY--The St. Charles Women's club which postponed the meeting until Wednesday evening on account of the piano recital by Rudolph Reuter was held at the Foster ;earoom with Mrs. Wendell Patten as hostess. Miss Marie Skejvland who was assigned the subject of ·Prizewinners" presented a paper jiving the origin and winners of the ^obel, Pulitzer, Atlantic, Harpers, O. Henry and other prizes. Members responded to roll call with items about miscellaneous prizewinners. Mable Riddle was in charge of the second part of the program and told about the work of the Rocketellow Foundation. Charles City News Funeral for Anerson. 79, Will Be Saturday CHARLES CITY--Funeral -services for Edward Anerson, 79, will held Saturday afternoon at the Hauser funeral home with the Rev. Waldo Emerson, pastor of the Wesleyan Methodist church officiating and burial will be in Riverside cemetery. Mr. Anderson died at his home, 807 North Joslin street, following a long illness. He is survived by his widow, a son, Arthur, of this city and another son, the Rev. Edmund Anerson, Aitkin, Minn., who arrived Tuesday morning. Frances Salsbury Named Head o fRainbow Girls CHARLES CITY--New officers chosen at the regular meeting of the Rainbow Girls at the Masonic Temple include the following girls: Frances Salsbury, worthy advisor; Mary McCray, associate advisor; Joyce Lockhart, faith; Mildred Wilcox, hope; Marcella Turner, char ity; Pauline Hess, secretary; Helen Zastrow, treasurer; Doris Hahn, drill leader; Doris Bean, chaplain; Elsie Sorenson, pianist. A gavel in recognition of past service was given to Imogene Hauser, past worthy advisor. The installation services will take place in two weeks. Exhibit to Be Two Days. CHARLES CITY--The fifth annual exhibit by Charles City merchants, automobile dealers and the Oliver retail branch will be shown in the Hart-Parr plant Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 19 and 20. The display will be in the retail sales building where there is a line of farm machinery on display the year round. A general committee has been appointed to arrange for the exhibit Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--Funeral services for Mrs. Walter E. White, 78, were to be held Thursday afternoon at the Ldndaman funeral home with the Rev. G. A. Hess officiating, followed by buria) in Riverside cemetery. Mrs. White died in Minneapolis Monday morning;. She is survived by her husband and son, Harold B.. of this city, a son, Walter Jr., and daughter. Mrs. Mildred Morion, Minneapolis. Leland England was severely injured at the Oliver plant when he was caught in an electrically operated machine and had to be taken to the hospital. One ear was nearly severed arid his shoulders and arm were badly bruised. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith are parents of a son. A joint meeting of the Clara Swain auxiliary of the Central Methodist church and the Evening auxiliary of the W. F. M. S. of the First Methodist church was held Wednesday evening in the Fireside room of the First M. E. church. A piano prelude by Mrs.- A. A. Stiehl was followed by presentation of the stewardship message by Charlotte Magdsick. The study on South American women was presented by Mrs. Jens Grothe. Viola Kreuger and Mrs. A. M. Schilling. Clara Smith read a travelogue called. "Wings" and music from South America was played on the violin by Virginia Zastrow. Mrs. E. J. Waller's committee served. Mrs. W. H. Seymour who has been spending the winter with her children in Minneapolis came for a week's visit. She was accompanied by her daughter, Katherine,. who was enroute to Ames where she will represent the Webb Publishing company of St. Paul at the Farm and Home Week being held there. Pasteurized in Glass AQUART Cash and Carry HOT CHOCOLATE FOR COLD DAYS. TRY OUR CHOCOLATE MILK WARMED FOR BREAKFAST. It's Made With Whole Milk. PHONE 771 The satisfying TEA THCMPSDN · LEAN tt ·sr HRWf cms '«!' FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Folger's, Hills, Batavia Coffee . . lb. 29c 1 Large IVORY SOAP Ic with 1 Large IVORY, 2 Med. IVORY, f o r . . 24c 1 Deal to a Customer 1--15c Pkg. DREFT.. Ic with 1 Large DREFT at. . . 25e 1 Deal to a Customer MRS. GLANVILLE'S HOME-MADE BREAD MRS. ROGERS' HOME-MADE PIES, CAKES, COOKIES, ROLLS, COFFEE CAKES, DOUGHNUTS. QUALITY MEATS BEEF ROASTS, Fancy Chuck, lb 18e SWISS STEAK, Fancy, Cut from Corn Fed Beef, lb. 25c Fancy Lamb, Veal, Jones' Sausage Heavy Chickens -- Oysters Armour's CORNMEAL MUSH, lb. can 12c Butter and Bacon Flavored ORANGES Fancy California Sunkist 176 Si«, 22f Dozen .O* GRAPEFRUIT Fancy Texas Seedless 80 Size, g Each 3 - 15c Frozen Berries. . . 27c Colonial Chocolates, pound 39c RALSTON'S WHEAT CEREAL, box 25c Watson of Indianola 'Dies of Pneumonia After Auto Mishap FORT DODGK-t.V'-J. 0. Watson, well known Indianola attorney, died in a hospital hero Wednesday night as a result of pneumonia which developed following an automobile accident near Gilmore City last Friday. Mr. Watson received a fractured arm in the collision. His son, R. D. Watson, also an attorney at Indiaaola. is in the hospital with a knee fracture and Mrs. Elsie Langsltt of Indianola has a. fractured thigh. Walter Keene of tidianola, Warren county deputy treasurer, was less seriously injured in the accident which happened, while the party was returning to Indianola from Pocahontas where they had taken part in a lawsuit. Rogne, Former Pastor at Forest City, Succumbs FOREST CITY--Word was received from Minneapolis by the L. A. Jensen family or the death of the Rev. E. T. Rogne at his home in Minneapolis. The Rev. Mr. Rogne was pastor ot the local United Lutheran church and with charges at Leland and Ellington township a number of years ago and left here in 1912 to go to Sturgeon's Bay, Wia. He had rcUrcd from active ministerial work several years ago. George W. Koob of Dubuque to Run for Congress in Second DUBUQUE -- UP) -- George W. Koob, 54, Dubuque insurance agent, has announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for congressman in the second district. He will oppose B. M. Jacobsen of Clinton. Koob is a native of Cedar Rapids but has lived in Dubuque for the past 17 years. Bremer County Will Vote on Courthouse W A V E R i . Y -- ( / B -- T h e county board of supervisors set March 10 for an election on proposed issuance of $75,000 in bonds for construction of a Bremer county courthouse. EAST AND WEST REDUCE DEATHS New All Time High Mark in Auto Fatalities Set For Nation. CHICAGO--(fl)--East and west made onslaughts on automobile fatalities last year, although a new all time high death mark for the nation was established, the National Safety Council said Thursday. Reduction of 3.5 per cent in automobile deaths were reported in New England and the middle Atlantic states, and 1.6 per cent in Rocky Mountain and Pacific coast states. I The record death total of 36.400 received impetus in the south where fatal accidents increased 5 per cent and in the north central states where the increase was 1 per cent. States shewing increases included Iowa, 5.5 per cent. But if we cripple the supreme court, we'll have a supreme president or a supreme congress.--Kewanee star-Courier. A CLEAN STORE MEANS CLEAN FOOD WE PRIDE OURSELVES IN THE CLEANLINESS OF OUR STORE Phone 1591 $2.00 ££^ FREE Cash For Eggs Navy Beans 15c Pounds. Heinz', Gerber's, Libby's Baby Food 3 co^ ......... 25c Blue Kara Syrup 29c Pantry Pride Pancake Flour Pound Bog . . 19c Libby's Whole Kernel Corn 2 No. 2 Cons . 29c Seedless Raisins 2 Pounds 1/C Swansdown Cake Flour Package Calumet Baking Powder oz. Tin 20c Pure Beet Sugar Pound Bag 49c Libby's Tomato Juice 2 Con, ISC Sweet Prunes Pounds 15c Hershey's Cocoa Pound Tin . . 12c Peacock Gingerale White Soda Large Bottles Fig Bars Pounds. 25c Excel!--Sunroy Crackers Pounds. 17c Sunbrite Cleanser Cans 13c Blue Tip Matches Carton FRESH Ff Early Ohio Potatoes Peck 29C New California Carrots c« Bunch Jv IUITS AND VEG Sunkist, Seedless Oranges 29 Dozen Z^C Jonathan Apples § Pounds «5» ETABLES Golden Ripe Bananas 4 Pounds «5C California Iceberg Lettuce 2 5 Dozen 49*i Size IJC Pitted Dates 2 Pounds Red Sour, Pitted No. 2 Can lie Waldorf Rolls 25c Del Monte No. 2 Can. White Prince Absolutely Guaranteed Pound Bag. . Win a Pony Free! Ralston's 24 pz. Pkg. 23c ?kgs. Argo Gloss Pound Box . . The Complete Household Soap Oxydol Large Pkg.. Giant Bars . Lux or Lifebuoy Bars Powdered or Brown Sugar 3 Pounds 19C Free Silverware With Nosh's Coffee Lb. 2 Ibs. 3 Ibs. 28e 56c Ralston's Small Large 23c Salada Green 1/4 Lb... 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