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

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1937
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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 14 · 1937 1 m if! ill 1! LITERARY GROUP FORMED IN 1859 Cedar Valley Society Led to Establishing of. . Public Library. "CEDAR FALLS--The first settlements in Iowa .were rough and unkempt with little to remind the pioneer of his home "way down east." Schools and were quickly established, however, and these o£ course contributed a social as well as an educational and religious atmosphere. But opera houses and libraries were founded only after much hard work and many sacrifices. The Cedar Falls public library had its beginnings in the Cedar Valley horticultural and literary society organized in 1859. It was ,Eeter. Melendy, the founder of 6 year old Cedar Falls, who organized the Horticultural and Literary society Melendy proposed to cultivate the mind as well as the soil. He hoped to stimulate individual'and civic pride by offering prizes for the best arranged door yard, the best vegetable garden, and the best combined vegetable and fruit garden. Local and out-of-town speakers were procured for lyceum programs and "festivities" held to raise money la promote the varied activities of the society. Perhaps nearest to the heart of all was the founding of a library. The story of this cociety 5s told byOLuella M. Wright in a recent issue-of-"-The-Palimpsest." Five months after the organization of the society ah indefatigable committee deposited at headquarters 50 books as a nucleus; a month later it supplied a second 50 volumes. Four other members set put on a book soliciting campaign with the result that one doctor.contributed 39, an- other gave 30, a public spirited, citizen turned in 18, and Peter Melendy showed his good will and energy by furnishing 118. In less than a year the society acquired over 300 volumes. The library was enlarged by yearly purchases. On Jan. 13, 1865, the Horticultural society was formally disbanded and its place was taken by the library, association, now the Dayton-Carnegie library. Urges Church Music Keep in Step" With Times in Tendency TORT WORTH, Tex., (ff)-Music for worship in 1937 should equal the streamline trend of the day, delegates to the Southwest Baptist Church Music conference decided. Such music should not be of the "recreational" variety, but melodies o£ reverence, declared George W. Card o£ Nashville, Term., director of music publications for the 'Baptist- Sunday school board. "Illogical selection" of music for use in church was scored by Card. He outlined three classes of music as follows: 1. Heart, or worship. 2. Head, or educational. 3. "Hoof," or recreational. All three had a place in church activities, he said. The first should be used for formal worship programs, the second for concerts, and the third for social programs. "It is a travesty to develop ministers to a high point and. have a knock-down, drag-out, whoop-'er- up musical program," added I. E. Reynold of Fort Worth, conference president. · Skipper Boasts of Dog With Training for .Untying Knots HONOLULU, (UP)--A real sea dog is Toy, the husky Doberman- Pinscher pet of Capt. Reginald Helanphy of the freighter Mana. The 1 skipper acquired Toy from Berkeley dog school, after his education was complete to a point where he not only could serve as a guard for his master, but could Jisplay the reasoning abilities that lave won for his breed brightest fame in the world of scientific sleuthing. Now Toy is a regular passenger on each trip of the Mana. The captain, a 40-year-old veteran of the sea, proudly displays :o his friends in this and other Hawaiian ports Toy's abilities, A sleek, red-coated dog with j cropped ears and soft brown eyes, Fouling Is-Grandfather. NEW HAMPTON, .(#)--£.' J. Feuling, former chairman of the democratic state central committee, is a grandfather for the first time. A baby girl was born to his daughter, Mrs. Paul C. Richmond, Osage, in a hospital here. SUADI Delicious/ Satisfying TEA 403 Phone 101 South A P Store CLIFTON'S Phone 1477 , North A P Store PORK HEARTS, 3 Ibs... 25c BEEF Kidneys E A C H 100% PURE LARD FRESH PIG'S FEET Boiling Beef, Ib.... 9c Lean Roast i Pork, Ib. .19c Whiting Fish, Ib... IOc Pot Roast of Beef, Ib.. 12c Veal Patties, ea. 2c Boneless Fillets, Ib. 15c HONPSDN · DEAN C« SERVICE GROCERS FHONE 312 PHONE 312 Friday and Saturday There's satisfaction in wearing quality slices or quality clothes. There's satisfaction in serving your family nr guests the best in foods. Buy duality foods. GRAPEFRUIT, Fancy Texas Seedless, 96 Size, dozen MAGIC WASIIEK . . . . . SANI- FLUSH , SHREDDED WHEAT, 2 for ,19c ,19c, 25c TOMATO JUICE, Large 46 oz. can Small Size, 3 for 25c EGGS,.Strictly Fresh from the Farm, dozen 25 MEAT DEPARTMENT ty -- Fancy Corn F hickens, Jones S -- Specials -- Be Thrifty, Buy Quality -- Fancy Corn Fed Beef. Spring Lamb, Veal, Heavy Chickens, Jones Sausage, Oysters. mm, BEEF ROASTS, nound -_i · '· · · _____ · ______ ........ ___ .. r * ** *^^ * " * · · " · " * ' · * * · * " " SWISS STEAKS, pound ..... _ .......... :...,, ................................. . These Hems arc cut from jrootl Corn Fed Beef. Free Delivery Free Delivery Toy has beeu trained to find all manner of articles for his master. "I've forgotten my keys--they're in the engine room!" he told his dog while one friend watched. Off dashed Toy, to come triumphantly above decks a few minutes later, the keys in his mouth. Helanphy a moment laler let Toy sniff his wallet, then hid the purse in a lifeboat, beneath a canvas, cove!'. "Go get it!" he commanded. Toy searched the deck until he caught scent of the wallet, leaped into the boat, and retrieved the article. The captain boasts that he has taught his dog to untie knots, also. Special qaurters have been built for Toy aboard ship, so that he enjoys all the comforts of a de luxe, landlubber's dog house. Heaven must think we are in trouble all the lime. We always are when it hears from us.---Wisconsin State Journal. . nan Bib IN FLAVOR THANKS TO'SPECIAL MELLOWING" i^^s. tS»t \icldt moil*. B Drip Cried 'Cc"f»nh If the size of a. package of coffee indicated the amount of flavor within, Butter-Nut would tower above its field. Butter-Nut has two great'flavor, advantages U contains only the choicest imported coffees. t Then their flavor i* heightened, enriched and accented by our newly discovered Special Mellowing Process. Normal coffee acids are reduced to only a faint, pleasing trace. The result it a flavor rich in those delicate, subtile qualities that do so much to give coffee its greatest charm._· Because it contains more fine flavor to the pound, Butler-Nut is the best coffee value on the market. It is far easier to make delicioui coffee when you uie Butter-NuJt. Butter SPECIALLY MELLOWED DRIVE UP TO CARL GRUPP'S NEW FOOD STORE WHERE THERE IS PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE 1323 No. Federal. PHONE 420 1325 No. Federal Pot Roast Choice Cuts . . .Lb ISC THESE CUTS FROM SELECT STEER BEEF Monarch Tel. 1 l?*t PEAS, 2 cans JLjV Fresh PRUNES, No. 10 can .... . . 35c 2ic OXYDOL G i a n t 59c Ground BEEF, Ib. 15c Brisket CORNED BEEF, Ib Veal CHOPS, Ib Barbecued RIBS, Ib... 29c Grapefruit Large Seedless 9 for 20C New f * _ CABBAGE, Ib... . 3C Solid ' PARSNIPS, Ib.. .. Califomio CARROTS, bunch Large Head « p.-LETTUCE, 2 for IjC Butter-Nut COFFEE, Ib. Omar FLOUR, 49-lb.'bag D I C E S T I S t E C R I S C O 3 Ih. can 59c '/i-LB. BREAKFAST SAUSAGE, **A- 3'/2-LB. BAG PANCAKE FLOUR .....,.,, AjC 'Or%fifi»+ Lean, Whole lA** Bacon or Mdf . . · . ib Z9c .Read the Jack Sprat Food Store Advertisement and Take Advantage of Its Money-Saving Values. FARMERS: We Want Your Eggs and Poultry. Diamond Bros. 205 North Federal Specials--Friday and Saturday PORK SAUSAGE, 2 Pounds 25c VEAL. PATTIES, Pound 18c I BACON, Fancy I Sliced, 5-lb. Box. 95c 2Q5 North Federal FRESH HAM, Center Cut, Pound BEEF ROLLED RIB or Rump Roast, Pound TENDER BEEF POT ROAST, Ib. BEEF SHORT RIBS, Pound . SIRLOIN STEAK, Pound ;PURE GROUND BEEF, 2 Pounds.,.,. SHORT CUT STEAK, Pound 18C iOc 18c 25c 16c PORK PORK STEAK, Pound 19c PORK LOIN ROASTS, Pound. FRESH SIDE PORK, Pound.. SPARE RIBS, Meaty, Pound. . PORK LIVER, Pound PORK HEARTS, Pound 15c IOc IOc 16c 20c VEAL VEAL CHOPS, Pound VEAL ROUND, Pound . . ._ VEAL Shoulder ROAST, Pound MUTTON MUTTON Shoulder * ft- ROAST, found 1UC MUTTON CHOPS, 3 Pounds for MUTTON STEW, Pound 25c 62C CORNED BEEF, Boneless, P o u n d . . . Lean, Smoked PORK BUTTS, Pound BACON SQUARES, P o u n d . . Small, Fancy WIENERS, Pound. . BACON, Half or Whole Slab, Pound Sugar Cured Smo. Picnics, Ib. Pure Cane Sugar Pkg.. Fresh ^fe .M 24 Matches 6 Large Boxes.. 15 SALAD DRESSING or SANDWICH SPREAD, Pint 15c Quart 25c SWEET CORN Cream Style Early J u n e PEAS No. 2 Cans . 25c Fancy SPINACH 2ct s2 * 25c Van Camp's HOMINY ' 25c Solada Tea: Black (Brown Label) Vz-lb. pkg. 35c; Japan (Green Label) Vz-lb. pkg. 30c Gerber's BABY FOODS Cans 25c Crushed PINEAPPLE No. 2 Cans . 31c Fancy LOGANBERRIES I No; 2 r Cans . . . . . 29c Chinese-Maid Products Soy Sauce . . ·' .3^ IOc Chop Suey Vegetables . Chow Mein Noodles 2 19c Flour Bp l": bury · · $2.10 Reputation PANCAKE FLOUR FANCY PRETZELS (Sticks) Pound .......... IOC None-Such M I N C E MEAT Packages 2Sc SARDINES/ in Mustard or Tomato Sauce, 3 large oval cans . . . . . . . . . . ' . _ . 25c Hershey's COCOA Pound Can . 13c 7 Giant Bars WHITH NAPHTHA S O A P 21c Kellogg's ALL BRAN Large Package . .·.-. . Measuring Cup Free Ralston WHEAT CEREAL Large Package .. . . . Baking SODA Pound Box . . . . . . . 5c DOG FOOD Cans Z5C Mo-Ca Bean Coffee PER P O U N D 15c t| 4 ROLLED OATS 2JC 6 Pounds . . . . . . . . 2$C Imitation VANILLA 8 ox. Battle .. 15c Baker's Premium BAKING CHOCOLATE BOXYDOL 19 Large Package C Fudge Pan Free Fancy CHOCOLATES :n..., 69c Rex JELLY Pound Pail HUBINGER SYRUP (In 10-lb. Pails) Red Label, 49c; Blue Label , 47c SLICED PINEAPPLE, No. 10 Can 65c BLUEBERRIES, No. 10 Can . . 75C GOOSEBERRIES, No. 10 Can .. . 49c Diamond's Best Coffee PER POUND -,.. . OREGON PRUNES, No. 10 Con 33c SLICED PEACHES, No. 10 Can 43c BARTLETT PEARS, No. 10 Can COVE OYSTERS, 10-oz. Can 19c | WET PACK SHRIMP, 2 Cans -. 21c Cream CHEESE Per Pound 23c TOMATO CATSUP No. 10 Can 49c PEANUT BUTTER Pound Jar . . Seedless RAISINS Pounds . . . 4 Med. Bars IVORYSOAP19' Sunlife JELL POWDER Packages 25c "NU-BROOMS" Good Value Each Brilliant Coffee PER POUND ISc Pine Tree HEALTH SOAP 6 Bars 25C Fancy CURRANTS Per Pound . . . . 19c I drefr maiveout. io Large Box MOPS Complete With Mop and Stick. 45c Value. Each.,.,. DRIED PRUNES 20-30's 2 Pounds ...'.'. 25C ( \ STOCK SALT, 100-lb. Bag -,. 55c | BLOCK SALT (50-!b. Blocks) each. . . 39c RADISHES ft Bunches . . . . Per Bunch ONIONS Green Top fgt SPINACH Green Pounds TURNIPS Green Top, Bunch JONATHAN or DELICIOUS APPLES, 4 Pounds 25c Bushel Basket. $2.65 Texas Marsh Seedless' GRAPEFRUIT 8 for 25c CRANBERRIES Per Pound 23c HEAD LETTUCE 2 for 15c CABBAGE . .8 .^ 25c POTATOES Peck 41 c · 100-lb. Bag $2.55 sr ONIONS .10ib,.il9c |± H POTATOES Peck . . . . 5 5 c · 100-lb. Bag $3.50 California Navel ORANGES Per doien (216's) ... 23c BANANAS 4 pounds . . 27c GREEN TOP CARROTS 2 bunches ' 9c ; ? '.'J-Uii;--r--n

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