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August 8, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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M i ife ! MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 8 1935 SEVENTEEN pRED SCHOOL HEAD SUCCUMBS | Levi Neese of Ventura Is Dead; Funeral Will Be Held Sunday. VENTURA, Aug. 8.--Levi Neese, ! superintendent of schools in various £ !towns in North Iowa nearly 25 'years, died Wednesday night at a |! Mason City hospital from a complication of diseases. He was superintendent here eight years, retiring two years ago. Mr. Neese was horn in 1872 in Webster City. In 1908 he was mar| tied to Edith Richardson of Webster City. He received his education at Ellsworth college in Iowa Falls, Drake and Des Moines and Iowa State at Ames. He served as superintendent at Kamrar, Klemme, Meservey and Mtonka. Funeral services will be at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Ward funeral home in Clear Lake. Burial will be in Memorial park cemetery in Mason City. Mrs. Bower, 90, Dies While Visiting Friend HAYFIELD, Aug. 8.--Mrs. Mary L. Bower, 67, a former resident ol Mt. Auburn, and who had for several months made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Verne F. Pringle, died Wednesday at the home of a friend at Waterloo where she was visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Pringle went at once to Waterloo to make funeral arrangements. Mrs. Bower had been an invalid for several years. Three New Products in Pack of Waverly Plant WAVERLY, Aug. S. (UP)--Three new products have been added to the pack of the Marshall Canning company this season, officials have announced. Carrots, pea-carrot mixture and mixed vegetables will be produced at the conclusion of the sweet corn pack, which will be finished about Aug. 15. Work on the fall pack will begin in mid-September. About 170 persons are employed now on the green bean pack, handling about 50,000 pounds of beans a day. Between 90 and 100 persons will be hired before Aug. 15. Poverty has compensations. People never get mad at a man because he is poor.--Dubuque Telegraph- Herald. SANDERS RITES HELDATDOWS Man, Fatally Injured When Caught in Feed Grinder, Is Buried. DOWS, Aug. 8.--The funeral of Clayton Sanders, 58, was held Thursday afternoon at the farm home, about 3 miles north of Dows. The Rev. J. G. Waterman preached the funeral sermon. Burial was at Mt. Hope cemetery. Mr. Sanders died Tuesday afternoon following an injury when his arm was caught in a feed grinder at his home Tuesday morning. He died in the Lutheran hospital at Hampton. Among those from a distance present for the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Goodson, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Jamison, Minneapolis: Clifford Unger of Winston-Salem, N. Car.; Louis Unger of Wheatland, Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr and sons of Swea City.. But if there were no crooked lawyers, who would nice people get to do their dirty work?--Wisconsin State Journal. Clothing Project to Be Studied in Floyd County for Next Year ROCKFORD, Aug. 8.--Mrs. Jay Hillman, Floyd county Farm Bureau chairman, announced the clothing project as the selection of study for the coming year. The lessons will be presented by Mrs. Ruth Webster Brown of the extension service .it Ames and she will present the first series eSpt. 10-13. The Farm Bureau women are also sponsoring a canning contest Saturday, Aug. 10 at Charles City. The Floyd county Farm Bureau will have an exhibit and demonstration at the State fair this year, the first time for a number of. years. The demonstration will be put on by Miss Anna Obvien and Mrs. Floyd Witter of near Floyd. Here's onejsHow'you'canVmiss! We've billed a troupe of "celebrities" for Friday and Saturday at popular prices. Your Rite-Way Store's buying advantage shows again in this sale of the nation's best-known brands. ifflTE-WAY FOOD STORES WEEK OF AUGUST 9th to 15th POSTTOASTIES * Tune in ... Tony and Gus . , . 9:15 every night except Sat. and Sun. , . . WMT BTM fsc v ** Delicious with peaches and cream BUTTER SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR FREE! Handy wooden blending spoon with pkg. Toilet Rids you of ugly cosmetic ski LUX FLAKES Gives dresses that million dollar look Small pkg. Large pkg. Get A deck of high, grade Playing Cards or a hand- blocked 52 inch Breakfast Cloth. See coupon for complete details. t- » M Jack Sprat. Delicious whole 36 I r f U I T segments, ft'o. 3 can · * M g · PI-'e brand...a Rood morning B OmOtO J U I C e "aet-ap." 3--JaVi oz. esns n I «·_ »-.,, . ^ ack Sprat...in rich tomalo POrk. EVCQIIS sauce. No. 300 can *· 8 » Jack Sprat. Lotip silvery 1 /\ Sauerkraut threes. «». iv cn c lOc Met r i Red Rose brand.. .tender meat. tjQimOn 2--1 Ib. tall cans . * /«n| Lonehorn.. .creamy , tempt- ^nGCSS Ing flavor. 1 Ib. * · * Genuine Ba!S Mason Jars l^.i^ *·· n f* 8 · Full of delicious f\5» fig Bar Cookies Vinegar 15e 23c 5c »5e 35c 19c 25c or elder Gallon Mayflower.. .refrcshlnsr sunv mcr drink. 8 oz. Cruet Summer Drink Jack Sprat.... easy to 9c 9c Mixed Pickling Spice o'^oJpk 1 -.) a 'The flavor of home- canned 'pickles is due almost entirely to the pickling spice used. Since the cost of the spices is such a minor item, there's no reason for gambling with unknown spice. = Jack Sprat Pickling ^^^ea^ Spice is a blend of the i\vorld's finest spices your assurance of perfectly flavored pickles. Mustard Seed ^ nck s «3l « x^i %J-A . Whole* .lack Sprat Vy lOYeS dVfe 07. pkg.) ^ ^ 1 C J Jack Sprat Celery ieed « oz . PW.) Cinnamon Stick Ball Mason Jars ***£!? .Si'" Jar Rubbers ^spkST . . Parafine . "»· Your choice of items pkgs. Jack Sprat I'kE. Seals ennnrd foods air tight 1 Ib. box 5c 23c 25c lOc POTATO FLAKES Jnek Sprat fresh In Ih foil pk kept 15c EXTRACT Jnck Sprnt . . . Lemon or Vanilla 2 oz. bottle 19c WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS Wheoties CIRCUS PERFORMERS PREFER f Q j" i- I PICTURES OF CIRCUS HCADUNERS ON I it El EM* *»CKS OF WHCATICS P A C K A G E S : nd Mrs. Kelly, Joe, who was rowned at 18, A. M., who died two cars ago, Mrs. Peter Gilbert and Irs. Joe Lawhorn, both of Garner, 'here are nine living grandchildren. 3 great grandchildren and two eat great grandchildren. The rich aren't worried. Congress sn't smart enough to think up a tax hat corporation lawyers can't odge.--Lincoln Star. ABSOLON KELLY OF GARNER DIES Aged Resident's Rites Will Be Conducted Friday Afternoon. GARNE.R Aug. 8.--Absolon Kelly, 96, died about midnight Tuesday from old age. Funeral rites will be Friday at 2 o'clock at the Shannon- Bohn funeral home and at 2:30 rrom the Congregational churcU Dr. William Dibble officiating and burial in Concord cemetery by the side of his wife. Mr. Kelly was born at Monroe Wis.. March 7, 1839. He was, during later years, one of the few living grandsons of Revolutionary soldiers. He was married to Martha Ann Renshaw, July 7, 1861. Aftei 30 years of married life in Monroe they moved to Garner. Mrs. Kelly died Jan. 31, 1918. Mr. Kelly maintained the home, assisted by his daughters, until his death. Mr. Kelly held titles to two farms in Ell town ship the past 45 years. He was a stockholder in several Hancock county banks and a director in the Farmers National bank. Mr. Kell.v was a life long democrat and cas' his first vote for Stephen A. Doug las. Up to three years ago he al ways served on the town electioi board. He was a devoted Mason and attended the Congregationa church constantly. He was a favor ite with young men and always at tended the firemen's annual picni by invitation. Four children were horn to Mr ON HOT days, , light, crisp food is Lest for you. Try a big bowl of Kcllogg's Rice Krispics. Refreshing in milk or cream. You'll enjoy Rice Krispics any time of day. Breakfast, lunch or supper. Fullof nourishment, yet easy to digest. Children love Rice Krispics because they snap, crackle and pop in milk or cream. At grocers in the Mother Goose story package. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. Quality guaranteed. FEDERAL PACKING CO. Phone 746 We Deliver 51 Orders 213 N. Fed. Ave. Compound LARD, Ib Brooktield BUTTER, Ib End Cut PORK CHOPS, Ib. Fresh Ground BEEF, Ib Large FRANKFURTERS, Ib. ... BARBECUED RIBS, Ib SUMMER SAUSAGE, Ib. ... 5 Ib. box BACON 24c 23c 15c 15c 28c 23c 23c Fresh Dressed CHICKENS, Ib. Good Beef ROAST, Ib Sugar Cured BACON, Ib Round STEAK, Ib. ... Sliced BACON, Ib. ... BRAUN- 9£ SCHWEIGER, Ib. £JL Club SALAD, Ib Veal ROAST, Ib 1. G. A. MEAT AND GROCERY The Only I. G. A. Store in Mason City PHONE 2414 WE DELIVER 1452 N. FEDERAL Gallon VINEGAR 23c CORN FLAKES Popeye Snapper Free. 2 pkgs Liver SAUSAGE, Ib. 15c Sirloin and Round STEAK, Ib Baby Beef LIVER, Ib. 15c PEAS-CORN-TOMATOES No. 2 can, best grade Beef STEW. Ib. C Bacon SQUARES. Ib. Beef Ib. 18c; ROAST, Ib. .. Fresh HAMBURGER, Ib. FARMERS: Let us fill your threshing orders for Groceries and Meats Packed with HASH'S Toasted COFFEE A Knife with 4 Mb. jars, per Ib. A Spoon attached to each 2-ib. jar, A Fork attached to each 3-lb, jar, Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 WE DELIVER $1.00 ORDERS We Reserve the Right to Limit FRIDAY - SATURDAY FRUIT DEPARTMENT Lemons, dozen ....... 35c g Peaches ............. ? Oranges, 2 dozen ____ 29c I Apricots, lug ....... $1.10 Plums, large basket. . . 45c | Gropes, Ib ........... 10c MEAT DEPARTMENT Pork Cutlets, Ib 25c Veal Roasts, Ib 20c Veal Stew, Ib 12c Sliced Minced Ham, Ib. 20c Beef Short Ribs, Ib ---- 14c Beef Chuck Roasts, ib. 22c BoEogna, Ib .......... 18c Chickens -- Lamb Special Prices on Harvest Orders Miracle Whip, qts 35c Miracle Whip, pts. . . . 23c Miracle Whip, Vz pt... 15c Peanut Butter, Ige. jar 25e Oval Sardines, can. . . . lOc Nectar, 3 bottles 25c Sardines, Oil, can 5c Rinso, small pkg lOc Pink Salmon, 2 for. . . . 25c Big 4 Soap, 10 for 25c Libby's Peaches, can. . 19c Monarch Gelatine, pkg. 5c Vinegar, bottle lOc Yacht Club Tuna 16c Peas, large can lOc Oxydol, small pkg lOc American Legion Junior Drum Corps FRIDAY NIGHT, AUG. 9 Luke B. Miller Rock Garden, 842 First Street N. W. A Great Program--Singing, Dancing, Music. THE ENTERTAINERS Ethel Custer, Connie Manly, Clara Minearth, Alice Guthrie, Drum Corps, Fred Tims and Son, Mrs. Vern Shinn, Mrs. Wallace, Beverly Billman, Ruth Vanderwicken, Miller Trio, Don Helbling. THE UNIOR DRUM CORPS The Junior Drum Corps wants to go to the state convention at Waterloo, Iowa. These little fellows have always been good about marching and parading on any civic occasion. The public can show its appreciation by attending their ice cream social and help them raise funds to go to Waterloo. Crisco, 3-lb. can 59c Giant Oxydol, pkg 59c Tomatoes, large can . . . lOc Jar Rubbers, 3 dozen. . lOc Soap Chips, Ige. pkg.. . 19c Dill Pickles, large j a r . . 17c Gum Drops, Ib lOc Fig Bars, 2 Ibs 25c Harvest Cookies, I b . . . . 19c Chase Sanborn Coffee, Ib , . 25c Oxydol, large pkg.. . . . 21 c Sweet Corn, large can . . lOc Pure Cider Vinegar, gal. 25c Lima Beans, 3 c a n s . . . 25c Sweet Pickles, qts 25c Castle Tea, pkg 17c Gicigersnaps, 2 Ibs 25c Value Mi!k, 4 cans. . . . 25c For the Harvest--Large Cans Pears 39c Peaches 45c Apricots 45c Ketchup 59c Loganberries 45c Black Raspberries 59c Crushed Pineapple. . . . 65c Prunes 29c Pork Beans 35c Cherries 49c Blueberries 65c Blackberries 45c Red Raspberries 65c Broken Sliced Pineapple 65c Summer Festival, St. Patrick's Church, Clear Lake, Iowa, Thurs. Eve., Aug. 8 Van Camp's Pork Beans 5c | Monarch Deviled Ham, 2 for. .. 25c Pork Beans, giant can lOc I Monarch Kidney Beans lOc Monarch Horse Radish Mustard, | Mu5tard c ' uarts '' ' 5 c quart jars 20c @ Monarch Cake Flour 25c Folger's Coffee, Ib 29c | Folger's Coffee, 2 Ibs 56c MR. FARMER--Bring Us Your Eggs -- Cash or Trade -- Any of the 4 Stores

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