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December 14, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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DECEMBER 14 Ml 1933 Suffers Burns on Hand. ARMSTRONG, Dec. 13.--Philip, fi month old sou of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jaskulke seriously burned his hand when he wheeled his walker too near the stove. tl DEMAND DASRY MAID' PRODUCTS Butter, Milk, Cream, Whip Cream and Cottage Cheese PHONE GSG REED AND BRIDE ON HONEYMOON Missouri's Former Senator Weds Mrs. Donnelly of Kansas City. KANSAS CITY, Dec. ii. (.Tl-James A. Reed, who served Missouri in the United States sentite for 18 years, and his bride, the former Mrs. Nell Q. Donnelly, were on a honeymoon today as secretive about their plans as they were before their marriage lost night. The wedding o£ the silver haired veteran of politics and Mrs. Donnelly, a wealthy garment mamifac- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE turer, was a surprise to the 20 guests who had assembled at, the bride's apartment for a duck and venison dinner. Not until after the dinner, when Federal Judge John C. Pollock, who officiated, asked the guests to stand and he had entered into a discussion of marriage did the guests realize they were attending a wedding. For many years Mrs. Donnelly had been a friend and political supporter of the independent democrat, who frequently clashed with the policies o£ President Wilson, particularly the league of nations. The marriage was the second for both. The first Mrs. Reed, the former Laura Olmstead, Cedar Rapids, died Oct. 12, 1932. Divorce last year ended Mrs. Donnelly's marriage to Paul Donnelly. Heed is 72 years old and his bride 43. Moore, 45, Is Buried in Hampton Cemetery HAMPTON, Dec. 14.--James M. Moore, 45, who died at his home near Rockwell, was buried in the Hampton cemetery. Mr. Moore was a former Hampton resident, having been engaged in the barber trade here. His wife was formerly Miss Bessie Walsh. She survives him with two daughters, Deono and Peggy Rae and a son, Duane, his mother, Mrs. J. Moore, a brother, Harry Moore, and three slaters, Mrs. Dan Stone, Mrs. William Gaither and Mrs. Flossie Chester, all of Hampton. Definition of "Prohibitionist:" A man without a country.--Wisconsin State Journal. CHARLES CITY NEWS Evidence Is Concluded in Suit on Injunction CHARLES CITY, Dec. 14.--Evidence was concluded yesterday in the injunction suit brought by L,. H. 'Henry and Sons, publishers of the Charles City Daily Press, against the Intelligencer Printing company, Minnie Rhinesmltli, D. B. Rhinesmith and Grant Coover. The attorneys will not argue the case before Judge II. H. Kepler until Saturday morning". Plaintiffs are seeking to make a temporary injunction permanent restraining the defendants from publishing a sheet called "The Shopping- Guide" claiming that it violates a contract lasting 15 years BOYS! 0IRLS/ Ring In fhe Christmas Season With A BNGLE You Can Get One FREE at Your Rite-Way Food Store With Each Package of Listen, kids! Trtfe Rite-V/aygfOcers'wafifclOO,OOo children to have a jingle bell....each one greeting the Christmas :season with a merry peal! Tell Mother she can gel one jfur you with a package of Swans Down Cake Flour afc the Rite-Way store. And say, look out! Mother may decide 'to take your bell for herself! It's the handiest thing in the world to use for a bridge party signal! MASON CITY DIVISION Special Values Effective FRIDAY, December 15 to THURSDAY, Dec. 21 MINUTE TAPIOCA FOR WHOLESOME, UNUSUAL DESSERTS 36 SERVINGS TO THE PACKAGE 1/2 lb. Package SWANS DOWN 27* Thote coltes you'll "«ed during the hoHdsy-...yM) want tK«m to b* fust perfect, don't you? Use Swon» Down be safe. Swam Down n made from soft wmHr ·wheat. It't 27 limes as fine as ordinary {lour. You'll get finer Uxlure every lime_.sponge eattei, angel foods, buttor cakes. Your simplest economy cakes will ioofc end taste expensive. SWANS DOWN' " ' GRAPE-NUTS Package jj CftC The Favorite Breakfast Food of Millions Mayflower Evergreen or GoMen Mayflower Matched Slid Sprat Select Queens Made Without Boiling Water--"Sets" More Quickly--save the Rich, Pure Fruit Flavor Package WQH ASPARAGUS TIPS X, CUT WAX BEANS S CUT GREEN BEANS CARROTS '"S^" 1 . . CORN PINEAPPLE OLIVES OLIVES "ttr 1 DILL PICKLES #£ . . , . SALAD DRESSING ^ . . SALAD DRESSING RELISH T~iA r ri?d jack s i rat JL/-TX JL JJJ O Unplttcd . . . . . . . CURRANTS Tf .o^; Sr SeU,, . . . BIG 4 LAUNDRY SOAP ^ l.arfiu Q u a r t "I Q^ 32-0?:. Jar X«7C Jack Sprat Pa c It ape 10 Bars 13c 23c TYnit Ppplc J ' lck Spra ^ -' lz - Q , 9^r X 1 H 1 L i CC.IO U H r o n . Lumon, Ornn s e Pack.i^cs O for iiUU Mince Meat s ^ P0 ^j- BS lOc T^PVPTRO'P'-i JaC ^ ^r-rat--fifnp^r A.]P, T^irnC ·* f ft Peanuts ^i 51011 . A .ib. 5c Mixed Nuts T ^U' e r* m * 20c Chocolate Covered Cherries K'x" 29c Assorted Chocolates 0^TM . . r B« lOc Cream Cheese Jack M,f dpm . . . . PO OT , 19c Cocoa J '?;,r r .-.^P^a.e 19c Powdered Sugar ^ . . . . p^, 19c Colorlnc TaMets for Frosllnj; m Each Pnchngc Pumpkin Pie Spice f-MS.'rSJE ^,. 9c UMET Calumet's Double-Action POUND Makes Better Bakings CAN BAKER'S PREMIUM NO. 1 CHOCOLATE 2 pound Cake Ground JncK Spr.it R Grocer Flour "S-$1.00 . S $1.93 for AH Purposes Rclplnl S«3a-«llnn« and by Mrn. Mnrfna AfnRDoanld of the Rile-Way Tnrt Kllcheo FRESH COFFEES GOOD CHEER COFFEE ^M. ^ I9 C R GROCER COFFEE r 0 °« M ^ 23c CHOCOLATE CREAM COFFEE v^ri ,, m , 3i c Those cotfees are rushed (Urcct from our roasting plant to our store. They are positively fresh. - 9 A. HH JJ V/:\ $370.50 Is Pledged in Red Cross Campaign CHARLES CITY, Dec. 14.--E. C Hardwig, chairman of the Red Cross roll call campaign reported the sum of 5370.50 pledged. The campaign was carried on by 11 captains and 40 solicitors in Charles City. Those who acted as captains were Mesdomes W. E. Prudden, Mrs Andrew Campbell, R. P. Shearer, E. A. Sheldon, J. T. Waggoner, Alfred Burnham, E. C. Sorenson W E. Taylor, A. B. Coachei-, C. E. Laun and Mr. Sander Helgen. The ·sum of $57.35 was sent to the coun- treaaurer from the outlying made with Mr. Henry when he purchased the subscription list and roodwlll of the owners of the Twlcc- i.-Wcek News. towns. Butler Bureau Will Hear Godfrey, Mrs. Richardson BUTLER, Dec. 14.--The annual meeting of the Butler county Farm Bureau will be held at the Legion hall at Allison at 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Speakers on the program will be Mrs. Ellsworth Richardson of Albia, state chairman of women's work, and George Godfrey of Iowa State college, who will give an address on "The Philosophy of Farm Life." 13 More Ixmns Mudc. CHARLES CITY. Dec. 14.--Thirteen more corn loans were made yesterday making a total oC 204. The 13 loans totaled $5,679.45 and the total amount to date is 558,800.05. Twenty loans were recorded Tuesday amounting to $10,170.35. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS | CHARLES CITY, Dec. 14.--The Charles City Male Chorus will motor to Austin, Minn., this evening to ffive a concert under tho auspices of the Brotherhood o£ the First M E. church. The concert In the M. E] church in New Hampton Monday night was well received. A special number was a cornet and euphonium duet by James Stichl and Malcolm Sanders accompanied by Leo Schula. Tho Investure ceremony of Boy Scout troop number 72 will take place this evening In the Y. M. C. A. Two new leaders are Russell McMalns who directs troop 72 and Western Jones, leader of troop 60. The el/ctlon of officers of the Cedar Valley Rebekah lodge No 226 resulted as follows: Noble grand Florence Smith; vice grand, Harriet Niea; recording: secretary, Vera Pinch; financial secretary, Jeame Swartz and trustee, Viola White The Girl Reserves of the hi/rh school will give a Christmas party tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock when each member may bring- children as guests. Tho visitors will present the program and will receive gifts. AH of the grroup will sine; Christmas carols. The Rev. A. A. Hideout was elected eminent commander of Joppa Commandery No. 55 at the annual election Tuesday evening. Other officers chosen were C. H. Parr, generalissimo; Carlisle Ellis, captain g-eneral; Carl Rabe, senior warden; B. Wood May, junior warden; Coburn qhapler, recorder; W. C Hcr- brecht, treaaurer. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schuknecht will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Saturday, Dec. 16. The new highway commission garage and building for storing equipment on Ninth avenue and J street is completed. into penetrating suds No time spent waiting for Magic Wasner Powder to go rp work! Tht instant these tiny, pure soap particles reach the water, you hav? plenty of suds . , . to make c l o t h e s c l e a n e r , d i s h e s brighter. At Your Qrocer's NINETEEN Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets FRIDAY -- SATURDAY -- MONDAY We Deliver $1.00 Orders WE RESERVE THE JUGI1T TO LIMIT MEAT DEPARTMENT Decker's Rib Boil, lb. , ................. 5c Decker's Beef Roasts, lb ............... lOc Decker's Pork Loin Roasts, lb ..... .... 12J/ 2 c Decker's Beef Rib Steaks, lb ...... ; ..... 15c Sterling Veal Roasts, lb ................ ibc Sterling Vea! Chops, lb. .... .......... 12 '/jc Sterling Veal Stew, lb .................. 6c Slerling'Veal Patties, lb ................ 15c Sterling Smoked Country Style Sausage, 2 Ibs ................ ..... 25c Kildall Lutefisk, fancy, lb .............. 12c Strictly Fresh Eggs From Farmers. Chickens, Fresh Killed. CHRISTMAS TREES, Shedless Variety Washington Fir Trees FRUIT DEPARTMENT Head Lettuce, solid heads .............. 5c Celery, large, fancy stalks .............. 30c Grapefruit, large, fancy, 7' for .......... 25c Oranges, navel, good size, 2 dozen ........ 35c Oranges, large, dozen ................ 25c Oranges, extra large, dozen ............ 8k Cranberries, large, fancy, 2 Ibs .......... 23c Fanc3 r Boxed Jonathans, box ......... §1.49 Jonathan Apples, fancy, bushel ........ $1.49 Rome Beauties, fancy, bushel ...... ... $1.39 California Grapes, fancy, 2 Ibs .......... 15c Box Candy, Bulk Candy, Nuts Schall's New Chocolates, lb. box ........ 19c SchalPs Chocolates, fancy, 5-lb. box ...... 79c Schall's Chocolates, fancy, 2'/z-lb. box... 45c Schall's Chocolates, Christmas Greetings, 2'/Hb. box ........................ 53c Schall's Chocolate Cherries, lb. box. ..... 23c Cosp. Chocolate Cherries, lb. box ....... 21c Bulk Candy Old Tyme Mix Candy, 2 Ibs ......... _____ 25c Superior Mix Candy, lb ........ , ....... I5c Special Elite Mixed, lb ................ I5c Peanut Brittle, good, lb ................ 10c Home-made Candy, fancy, lb ...... ..... 19 C Special Prices to Churches and Schools - 1 NUTS Mixed Nuts, fresh, lb .................. ig c Hickory Nuts, 10 Ibs .................. 2oc Brazil Nuts, lb ...... 17c Bnfoy Walnuts, lb.. . T5c Jumbo Pecans, 11) ____ 21c Filberts, lb .......... 25o Small Tecnns, lb lOc Peanuts, HI io c Almonds, }l no ninrnond Walnuts, If). Z5c Brown Sugar, 5 Ibs 25c Value Milk, tall cans, 4 for 25c Banner Oats, large pkgs., 2 for 25c Red Pitted Cherries, large No. 10 can... 49c Toilet Paper, C rolls for 25c Chipso, large pkgs., 2 for 29c Camay Toilet Soap, 6 for 25c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs 25c Monarch-Gelatine, 5 pkgs., 25c Oxydol, giant pkg. .'".'.'.' 49 C WHO IS GUILTY? Whc,, the NUA stnrtx1, I took oil six extra cloths which I did not need at tlio time, twcmise I had kept nil my clerks through tho depression at salaries uway iiliovo what moat or my competitors were paying. I nni the only ninn In town (hat printed my salary list tind the number or new clerks hlrwl. Tho report at fho time ivus sprcnd around that I could not meet competition with all the help I had hired. Now I Rot 11 lelfer-lrom the E. M. I., under the aRrlcultural adjustment administration tlmt I nm selling mernlmn- dlso too low. That proves Just ivhat I havo been writing about. If you can peg retail prices then yon can peg hog prices, just as you have peered hours and wages, I am complying with all the regulations of the NUA as to hours and a\vay above tho salary list of the NHA. There has been some remarks about my jjrocery and coal business that I wilt ask tho federal authorities to look into. For tho information of the ones that have Jicen making- the remarks, I would nd- viRfl you to look up the \nw in the eodi-n. Sterling Coal Feed Co. Thousands nre talking about tlio Stcriinjf Coal--it produces tho heat. Ladies' Aid, Wheelerwood Church 3-Act Play Friday, Dec. 15--S P. M. DEMONSTRATION ON SYRUP Statey's Syrup, dark, gallon :ii)c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Hi 19c Folger's Coffee, lb. can 31 c Chase and Sanborn Coffee, lb. can 25c Oxydol, large pkg l*) c Monarch Peanut Butter, large jar 25c Monarch Cocoa, large can ] i)c K. C. Baking Powder, large can 19c Monarch Mincemeat, 2 pkgs 25c (Bulk Mincemcal, 1!) jfl e Powdered Sugar, 4 Ibs.. . , , . . , . . . 25c Brooms, not so good 29c Peas, large No. 2 can ,. 3 Oc Monarch Golden Maize Corn, 2 for 25c Mil. KAltMKIl:-- UK: parking plnoe hark of atore. MAKK THIS STORK YOUR IIEAnQUAKTKRS BRIN'O US VOUK KOOS.

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