The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 21, 1937 · Page 14
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January 21, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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' FOURTEEN . MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 21 · 1937 ,1 1 ~M 'J Larson Named Editor of Waldorf Year Book FOREST CITY--Orville Larson of Circle, Mont., a freshman student at Waldorf college, has been chosen editor of the 193B Waldorf Warrior, the school year book. The assistant editor will be Miss Hertha Thorson of Thor. They YELLAND FOOD MARKET 401 North Federal Phone 668 S. S. TELtAND, Prop. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY Right to Limit .lack Sprat TOMATOES, or 2 No. 3 Cans failC Butternut COFFEE, Ib. 29c CRISCO, 3 Ibs. .. 59c Large HEAD LETTUCE, Z lor 15c GRAPEFRUIT, Dozen 31c Jonathan APPLES, 3 Ibs. .20c Sliced PINEAPPLE, 2 No. 2 Cans 29c PORK ROAST, Loin Ends, Ib. . 20c BEEF ROAST, Lean, Ib 15c Rolled Rump or Rib ROAST, Ib. 22c SAUERKRAUT, 2 Quarts 25c CORN BEEF, Tender, Boneless, !b. 22 c ucceed Arnold Warren and Marie VIortvedt who held these positions oh the last annual staff. 4-H Building for Algona Fair Discussed ALGONA--At the annual stockholders meeting of the Kossuth county Agricultural association Tuesday afternoon at the courthouse Clark Scuffham .was reelected to a three year term of directorship and George Hagge of Uedyard was elected to fill the one year unexpired term of the late George Mqulion of Ledyard. Other members of the^board are J. M. Patterson, G. A. Raney, both of Algona and C. M. Grose of Lonerock. Earl Vincent, -secretary, read the annual report and plans were discussed on the building of a new 4-H club building, chiefly for the boys the coming year. At a meeting Feb. 2, other officers will be elected. · South Texas growers reveal that rice is being used profitably as a livestock feed. Probably a great disappointment to many old maids.--Denison Herald. Phone 312 PiDW-DIAN SERVICE GROCERS FRIDAY and SATURDAY This Young Man Is 13 Years Old Phone 312 We want to thank the women who send their friends here. It helps a lot to know that our CHOICE FOODS SERVICE is appreciated. ORANGES, Fancy 200 Size Sunldssed Navels, per dozen '. GRAPEFRUIT, Texas Seedless, 96 Size, QQ dozen ... ....... . ......... Jl CAKE FLOUR, Pillsbury's Sno-Sheen, · BISQUICK, Large Package 5 Large Bars P G SOAP .............. . Camay . £·. SOAP ........................ «$ WHEATIES, package .· '. IQc MEAT DEPARTMENT MEATS THAT MAKE YOU GLAD you became acquainted Avith this shop. Prices that show that the BEST CAN BE BOUGHT WITHOUT OVER PAYING. Fancy CHUCK ROASTS, Ib. 18c SWISS STEAK, Ib ,: 25c Cut From Fancy Corn Fed Rounds Paul del Rio, world's smallest midget. Thirteen years old, he's 18 inches tall, weighs 12 pounds, and seems to be having some difficulty with, his luggage. Charles City News Jury Work Postponed at Charles City as · Cases Are Settled CHARLES CITY -- Settlements and dispositions o£ cases without trial caused a postponement of jury work until next Monday in Judge T.- A. Beardmore's. court. The jurors are summoned to appear at 10 a. m. that day. The .By a new process Butter-Nut now gives you the knack of making wonderfully delicious coffee every time. This . Special Mellowing process is an advanced method of maturing and curing coffee before it is roasted. It accomplishes two vital things for the flavor. It builds up the richness, mellowness and smoothness. It subdues tartness to a faint, pleasing trace. Butter-Nut Coffee now contains more fine flavor to the pound -- th'at is why you will have such splendid success with it. ase set for Wednesday morning, illiarn J. Sinwell, a farmer living ear Ionia, against the Chicago, lihvaukee and St. Paul railway, /as settled for $400. Mr. Sinwel] ued the company for $485 for the eath of four horses killed by a rain May 15, 1935. The horses ere in a pasture adjacent to the ailroad and some unknown per- on left the gate open which let le horses out. , The application to set aside the ill of John Hidy was also adjust- d by the attorneys. Mr. Hidy le£1 is property to his wife until her enth. and then it was to be Iccpl n trust for an invalid daughter ntil her death. After that it was o be given to Floyd county to be scd in building a courthouse or il ne was built by that time the unds were to be applied to any onded debt. The First Security ank and Trust company agrees o resign from the office ot execu- or and the trust estate created lereby and accept compensation or its services. A plea of guilty was entered by alph Alcock, Waterloo, for the legal possession of liquor and he /as fined $300 and costs. He had een indicted for driving while itpxicated and robbery with ag- ravation but the evidence was ot sufficient to support the liarges. These charges were wilh- rawn and caused the pica of uilty to the lesser charge. V. M. C. A. Activities Are Showing Increas- CHARLES CITY--Since clean- ng and redecorating the Y. M. C V. activities have taken on a nev ease of life. One of the most pop lar indoor -sports is volleyball llasses meet on Mondays, Wed lesdays and Fridays from 5 to 6:3 p. m. for the business and pro 'essional men. Older men enjoy he,sport as much as the younge ones. Swimming classes are being or ganizcd for both women and girl inder the direction of Mrs. B. IV Hudson. It enough- interest i shown basketball teams will b organized. Girl and Boy Scout vill also have use o[ the "Y" fo ome of their activities. Named Trust Officers. C H A R L E S C I T Y -- Danie Wonen, who is a graduate of th ocal Catholic academy, has bee jromoted from trust officer of the 3maha National bank to the office of vice president. Mr. Monen went from here to Omaha where he was raduated- from Creighton university in 1922. In 1924 he joined the 3maha Trust company and has iad two promotions. At Bureau Sessions. CHARLES CITY--Among those from Floyd county attending the annual convention of the Farm Bureau Federation in Des Moines are County Agent and Mrs. W. H. Brown, Ben Bunn, Mrs. John Heck, Harvey Hoblet, E. A. Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stober, Mrs. Fred Clark, Dayton Mather, E. B. Alcott and Miss Marian Edwards, home demonstration agent. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--W. A. Loose- brock, M. E. Hickethier and L. A. Gilmer were elected directors of the country club for three years' at the annual meeting held in the office of A. E. Eggert, secretary. Mrs. William Muetz and Dorothy Hirsch had major operations in the Cedar Valley hospital. John Vala was elected president of the Community Friendship club in Ulster township and Arlene Koehler is secretary. After the business meeting the men had charge of the program. A group of juvenile dancers and singers from Mason City will entertain the Elks and their families Saturday evening following a buffet supper. Among those suffering from the flu nre Mrs. Ross Harvey, Lloyd Schlofclt, William Spyr, Clifford Gunn, Clarence Lucinn, Charles Cary. Grace Trcnl. Mrs. Agnes VanDyke, Mrs. Alma Pritchnrd, O. H. Uhe, A. M. Hauser, Mrs. Albert Schilling, Harry Clark, Mrs. Ruth Melcher and Damrisa Kitch. PICGLY WICCLY ·L Genuine Cube End Cut Pork Chops or t,lb. Fresh Water Shankless Picnic · * Boned and Rolled Veal , Ik 2ic Pig Livers and ^SftSa Just Think-36 Inches of Pure Pork Country Style YARD 100% Pure Leaf Lard, !b.. 17e Prime Beef Chuck least Ib. 19c Pan Dressed Pound Bullheads 19c Old English Sliced Bacon, Ib. i®e All Meat, Ground , Beef, Ib.. !5c Fresh Pork We Poy Cash For Eggs 2 Orders Delivered Four Deliveries Daily Phone 1591 Shop Early FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES Large Bunch Texas Seedless Pound Golden Ripe f o r . . . Sunkist Navel Pounds Brussell Sprouts, pound 1 9e Idaho Bakers, peck · 69e Grape- Nuts it pkgs. Magic Washer fe 19c Boraxo, Cleans Dirty Hands, 8 oz. Can Sweet Clover Honey, 5-lb. Pail Pantry Pride-P. C. Flour, 3'/2-lb. bag Campbell's Tomafo * Juice. . t Waldorf Tissue. . Santa Clara « Prunes * M oz. Cans Rolls Pounds | tn in cello £ / *» Hershey's Cocoa, ib. can . . . Armour's Milk. . . I Tall Cans Fancy Long Shred Cocoanut, Ib.. . , American Beauty Mac, or j Spag 3 Ibs. Large Lima jp Ibs. in Beans . J Cello Seedless Raisins Ibs. in Cello Pard Dog Food Cans 25c LeGrande Tomatoes, No. 2 Can A. W. Brand Sugar A No. 2. Corn . ." Cans Del Monte Sugar .feus, No. 2 Can Palmer Matches, 6 Box Carton Lifebuoy or Lux Soap. . . 3 Bars cR?seo 5 -" 59c White Prince Lb. Bag Robb Ross Cane and Maple Kraft's French Dressing 20c Kraft's Miracle Whip Quart 37C Heinz Baby Foods

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