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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 15, 1934
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TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Wouldn't It save a lot of time If tha cabinet Included a secretary of investigation?--Fountain Inn Trib- *m. Funny man! He labors to build mp a great fortune »o his daughter ·can live in dread of kidnapers.-- Kemlnger 1 ! Review. 'fe X Cut Rate Grocery PRICES BELOW GOOD AT BOTH STORES FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY 80 E. State St.--Phone .112-113 508 1st. St. S.-W,--Phone 114 Let our store be, _yp)ir store. Where friends meet friends. Home of 'Real' Bargains. Milk, 4 large .. 25c Brooms ...'39c, 49c, 59c Vanilla Flavor, 8 or. bottle 19c lOo Pumpkin, 8 cans... 25c lOe Sal Soda, S pkgs 25c We Baking Soda, S pkg». 25c Raising, per pkg. lOc Boneless Codfish, 1-lb. box 25c Mackerel, tall can lOc lOe Kidney Beans, 4 cans 25c Sweet Potatoes, quart cans, 35c 25c Heinz Catsup, Z large bottles. --FLOUR-Jersey Cream, 49 Ib. sk $1.59 Triumph, 49-lb. sack;. $1.79 Sunbeam, 49-lb. sack.. $1-89 Crnnhed Wheat, 5 Ib. sack 25c White Flour, 5 Ib. sack . 24c Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs. . . . . 25c Graham, S Ib. sack . 25c Graham, 10 Ib. sack 45c Whole Wheat, 10 Ib. sack 45c Dark Bye, 10 Ib. sack... 39c SOAP SPECIALS lOc Palmollve Soap, 4 bars 18c lOo Super Suds, S pkgs... .25c Hardwater Castile Soap, 6 bars ..................:-.-.-. 2 s * 5c Scouring Pwd., 5 cans lOc IZc Crystal White Chips, 8 packages·;.·.·.·.:····· Z5c Largest Bar. Soap *on Market, 7. bats., 35c Crys. White Soap, 10 bars 23e Hilex or Clorax, quart.. 25e Mr. Farmer: Bring us your eggs. We always pay highest prices and your eggs buy more here. TEA Best Gr. Tea (bulky Ib. 25c Best Blk. Tea (bulk) Ib. 25c Upton's Gr. Tea, 1 Ib. pkg. 35c r, Cot Rate Special Tea, pkg. 28c ··-- N .Sittings, 1 lb.,pkg... ISc Fwicv ; Lemons, dozen. . . 29c Grapefruit, seedless, -7 for 25c Best Peaches, No. 10 cans 45c lest Apricote, No. 10 cans 45c IJbby's Peaches', Pears, can ...... . . . . ....... 13c itiby'B Cherries, Apricots, can . . . . . . ............ JH° Bed Cherries, No. 2 cans 15c Pineapple, qt. cans, 2 for 85c Peaches or Apricots, Qt. cans, 2 for ........ Sac White Cherries or Pears, Qt. cans, 2 for ........ 35c Sunkist Oranges, 2 dozen 35c Sunktet Oranges, doz. 25c, Soc Oyster CRACKERS, 1 "7 _ 2-pound caddy ; ..... - *·* .V VEGETABLES Carrots, large bunches.'..'. Com, 5 cans '. Corn, 4 cans Corn, 2 cans Peas, can Peas, 2 lor Peas, per can Lima Beans, 6 cans Lima Beans, large can... Kidney Beans, 2 cans.... Rutabagas, 3 Ibs Head Lettuce, solid, 5c, Celery, large stalks, lOc, ISc Spinach, 2 cans Spinach, quart cans . . . . Green String Beans Wax String Beans Beets, per can lOc Carrots, 2 cans . 25c 25c 25c lOc 25o lOc lOc lOc 15c 2tk 19c lOr lOc 15c Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising! Residence Phone 310-W OFFICE PHONE NO. 239 Residence Phone 67 KNUTSON FIVE CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Salad Dressing, quarts.. 23c Sandwich Spread, quarts 2Sc Mop Sticks (best) each.. 15c Fresh Marshmallows, Ib. 17c Macaroni, 3 Ibs 25o Spaghetti, 3 Ibs 25e Shi-imp, lac; 2 for 25c Mac. or Spag., 5 pUgs 25c Dill Pickles, piDt Jars... Njq Btpe Olives, large can... loc Toilet Paper, 3, 4; 5' rolls 25c' 25e Pure Vanilla, Bottle . 19c Mazola, quart 25c Catsup, large bottles, 2 for 25c lOo Tomato Juice, 4 cans 25c Farina (bulk) 5 Ibs 25c Mustard, quart jars 15c Ex. Choice Apricots, Ib... 19c Dried Peaches, 2 Jbs 25c Red Salmon, 1-lb. can... 19c 16c Shrimp,' 2 'cans..... 25c Miller's Corn' Flakes, pkg. lOc Egg Noodles, 5 pkgs. . . . 25c Fresh Cocoanut, best, Ib. 25c Lima Beans, 3 Ibs 25c PILLSBUKY'S PANCAKE FLOOR, 4-pound sack. 21c EARL BBSHj Mgr. 508 First.Street S. W. C. E. BUSH, Mgr. 30 East State Street WINS TOURNEY W. Cookman Is Scoring Ace With 17 Point* for Losers. CLEAR LAKE, March 15.--The Knutson quintet won the high school basketball intramural elimination tournament this week defeating Cookman's aggregation 27 to 26 in a close game. Cookman took the lead early in the game with three gift shots and led 12 to 9 at half. The winners rallied in the third quarter, Gleason scoring one, Pease two, Knutson one, and two gift shots by Duncan and Pease to lead 19 to 14 at the quarter. Goals by Knutson, Widger, Pease and Gleason kept the winners ahead while Cookman's five went hot for six baskets. Cookman dropped in four, Beery one and Taylor, each one. The free throw contest which is now in progress will be finished this week. Harper Joslyn is leading the ranks with 20 goals out of 25 trials. Gardner is the high scorer in the seasons intramurals. GAME SUMMARIES Cookman--26 Jtg ft f Cookman, f 7 ' 3 2 Beery, f 1 1 2 Taylor, c 2 2 1 Ross, g 0 0 1 Bacon, g 0 0 1 Totals 10 6 7 Knutson--27 tg It I Knutson, f 3 0 4 Peace, f * 2 3 Duncan, g...... 0 1 1 Widger, c 2 0 1 Gleasoa, g 3 0 0 Totals 12 3 9 Civil War Uniforms to Be Worn in Play to Be Given at School CLEAR LAKE, March 15.--Dress rehearsal for the two Drama club plays, "The High Heart" and "The fantasy," will be held at the high school Thursday eight. In prepara- ion for the public presentation Monday night. Both plays are directed by Miss Myrtle Oulman, head of the dramatic department of the ligh school. : Two Civil war veterans' uniforms will be worn in the play "The High aeart," which will be entered in the play contest at Iowa City next week. Uniforms are owned by George Richardson and heirs of Tom Howard, Civil war veterans. Girls in the feminine roles in this play also follow the trend of the styles of the Civil war days. The setting is in the southern states. Rehearsals for these plays' have been'held, daily for more than one school Thursday, night, in prepara- are expected to be given. They are scheduled to begin at 8:15 o'clock Monday at the high school. Dance Clear lake Country Club. Sat., Sun., March 17, 18. Each 40c. Mr». George Knntwm, North Third street, underwent a major operation at the Minneapolis hospital and Is recovering nicely. She plans to remain with relatives there for several weeks. Mr. and Mr*. Elton Luscomb, who have been spending the winter at Florida, plan to leave next week, March 21, for their home on South Third street, Clear Lake. You wlU look your best at Easter time when your clothes are cleaned our way. Clear Lake Laundry and Cleaners. Phone 444. Miss Maude Estelle Verbeckmoes, student at Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, has returned to her home at the conclusion of the winter quarter. Just received large shipment of ladies' wash frocks, sizes up to 46, $1, J1.49. Family Store, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. T. Fletcher of Thompson spent Tuesday at the W. H. Dickirson home, South Third street. targe assortment children's and misses' wash dresses, sizes 3 to 16. $1, $1.49. Family Store, Clear Lake. Elmer Moffett and Walter Haljjs- man attended the Minneapolis auto show the first part of the week. Ladies' silk slips, gored and bias cut from $1 to $1.98. The'Family Store, Clear Lake. Mrs. A. 3- Lombardo received word of the death of her cousin at Dubuque. She has not decided whether she would attend the rites Thursday morning. Men's new spring shirts, fine assortment of patterns. Only SI. Family Store, Clear Lake. Marvin Winnie and George Paul are attending the state high school basketball tournament at Cedai Falls this week-end. They left Wednesday afternoon. Supt. C. A. Pease left Wednesdaj for Fort Dodge to attend the North Central Teachers' association which continues through Saturday. He was accompanied by his son, Clarence Pease, violinist; Lucille Winnie, Charlotte Chappell, and Mary Ann Hughes, ceUoists, who will play its the special orchestra of 100 persons from nine schools under the direction of Prof. Charles B. Rightel of the Iowa university. John Ross Winnie, student at Cornell college, Mt. Vernon, received his varsity letter in basketball at the college during the pasl week. He was unable to play the last few games because of a baa ankle. Word has been received of the improved condition of Miss Bernlee Tutton's sister at Buffalo Center. The sister was badly injured in a car accident near her home. Deborah circle of, the Zlon Lutheran Ladies' Aid society met Wednesday with. Mrs. Peter Anderson, North Sixth street. Following the business session and Bible lesson, the afternoon was spent in sewing. The next meeting will be announced later. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, South Winnie street, are the parents of a daughter born at- their .home Wednesday afternoon. She has been named Beverly Pearl. Colgan Rites Planned at Ward Funeral Home CLEAR LAKE, March 15.--Funeral services for Frank L. Colgan, local druggist, will be held at the Ward funeral home, East Main street, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. The Rev. B. W. Riner, pastor of the Methodist church, will officiate. Burial will be made at Conrad. Surviving his death are two daughters, Mrs. Harry Aicher, Iowa City; Mrs. Max Whitney, Quiney, 111.;' Dr. C. C. Colgan, Des Moines; Oscar Colgan, Portland, Ore.; and Omar Colgan at home. All of the children are here except'Oscar Colgan who expects to arrive Saturday morning. Lions Club Celebrates Birthday of C. E. Wells CLEAR LAKE, March 15.--Lions club members held their weekly luncheon at the Lions cafe Wednesday noon. District governor Ira Jones spoke to the group telling of bis experiences in this office and work being accomplished in various clubs. President C. E. Wells who had a birthday aniversary Tuesday was honored at the session. He gave a short talk telling his life history. Jury for Defendant. CLEAR LAKE, March 15.--Tht jury in the J. L. Moore vs. Emma belle Thomas civil suit case re turned a vsrdict for the defendant. Miss Thomas, in justice of peace court before C. E. Ashland Wednes day. The case involved $50 which Mr. Moore claimed was due him on rent. Attorney Henry Curvo repre sented the plaintiff and Attorney E R. Boyle, the defendant. LAKERS ENTER DECLAM MEET Missel Mitchell, Wurtier and H. Charlesworth Go to Nora Springs. CLEAR LAKE, March 15.-Three high school students will en- :er the sub-district declamatory con:est at Nora Springs Friday night. The three- lake . contestants placed first in the first round of the state series, and also at the home contest. Evelyn Mitchell speaking, "The First Pay at Kindergarten," in the lumordus section, Margaret Wurtzer speaking "The Tarb-woman," in the dramatic section and Harold Charlesworth speaking "The Planners," in oratory will represent the locals. Students entering the sub-district music contest at Mason City March 23 and 24 will hold a musical at the high school. The proceeds of the meeting will be used for registration fees in the contest. CHIEF OF POLICE WARNS AUTOISTS One Hour Parking Rule in Business District to Be Enforced. Chief of Police E. J.. Patton stated Thursday that the one hour parking law in the business section would be strictly enforced. Following a survey of the parking situation in Mason City and canvass of the business places, Chief Patton said the traffic situation -would be attacked in earnest this spring Thursday he sounded the first warn- j ing of what will be a campaign | against traffic law violators. I Then there is the sportsman who named his bulldog Bronchitis because it hangs on forever.--Wiscon- MARCH 15 » 1934 How utterly rotten some broadcasts would seem if we didn't know the »5,000 they earn.--Kesslnger · Enjoy this finer flavor SA1ADA' TEA "Fr«h from the G«rdeni" King Palmer Speaks to Stafford Legion Post CLEAR LAKE. March 15.--King Palmer of West Union was the principal speaker before the Stafford post of the American Legion Wednesday night. Having served as commander of the fourth district, he spoke entirely of the work of the legion. A 7 o'clock supper was served by a .committee. Mr. Palmer 13 a candidate for republican nomination for representative in congress. __ GRUPP'S FOOD M A R K E T PHONE 420 1339 N. FEDERAL THIS GIVES YOU AN OPPORTUNITY TO ENJOY A CUT OF DECKER'S ALREADY FAMOUS SELECT BEEF CHUCK ,, rrom ROASTS Select Ib- 10c . 121/2C FLANK STEAK, Ib.. ic r IDC A STEAK, Ib Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Clear Lake- Poultry Improvement club, dinner and meet- .ting, city hall. Musical program at high school, 7:30. Rebekah social circle at 1 O. O. F. hall. Linger Longer club with Mrs. Reuben Fryer, Clara street. Subdistrict declamatory contest at Nora Springs. Christian Workers meet at Mrs. Frank Long home, assisted by Zilphy Long. IT. Y. B. club meets with Mrs. A. C. Satcr. Saturday--Straight Eight club meets at T. L. Sears home, 6:30. Dance at Clear Lake Country club. Monday---Drama club plays at high school, 8:15. Mrs. Huntting Reviews "Within This Present" CLEAR LAKE, March 15.--Mrs. Edward Huntting reviewed the book, "Within This Present," by Margaret Ayer Barnes, before members of the Congregational Ladies' Aid society Tuesday afternoon. The book is a novel dealing with the city of Chicago during the past two decades from 1914 to 1934. O. J. King sang several Irish selections to complete the program. A large crowd was served at the 6 o'clock supper. PLATE BEEF BOIL ........ Ib. 7i/ 2 c CARROTS, bunch. C p « C RADISHES, 3 bunches. lb$ 1B5 P-A-R-K THEATEB Clear Lake Thura. - Friday - JOc l?e?gy Shannon, Xxils Wilson "DELUGE 1 * Continents swept away by the great flood WINTER CAUGHT PIKE... Ib. 17c FOLGER'S - ^ COFFEE Coupon - FARMERS-BRING US YOUR EGGS AND POULTRY MUFFETS, 1A-, package ivv OATMEAL, 1 C r ' large pkg... ... »«'*' BEET SUGAR 10 Ibs. 49c National Fruit Co. 101 South Federal Ave. FREE DELIVERY PHONE 824 At the Hospitals STOP BAD BREATH Thousands of people afflicted with bad breath find quick relief through Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. The pleasant, sugar-coated tablets are taken for bad breath by all who know. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets act gently but firmly on the bowels and liver, stimulating them to natural action, clearing the blood and gently purifying the entire system. They do that which dangerous calomel does without any of the bad after effects. Olive Tablets brings no griping pain or any disr^reeable effects. Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the formula after 20 years of practice among patients afflicted with bowel and liver complaint, with the attendant bad breath. Olive Tablets are purely a vegetable compound; you will know them by their olive color. Take nightly for a week and note the effect, loc, 30c, 60c. Leo Powers, 929 Van Buren avenue northwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for a minor operation. A son weighing 7 pounds, 7% ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Calvert, Nora Springs, Thursday at the Mercy hospital. Mrs. S. E. Benson, Forest City, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following examina- 1 Raymond Frank, 217 Sixth street southwest, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Thursday for a major operation. Mrs. Elmer Nelson and infant daughter, Clear Lake, were dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday. Warren Quintus, Ventura, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Thursday for treatment of injuries received"when kicked in the face by a horse. Mrs. P. J. Siewertson, Mason City, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following treatment for injuries received in a fall. Clarence C. Charlson, Forest City, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major operation. C. W. Hanson. Manly, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following treatment. Mrs. J. W. Mullen and infant son, Rockwell, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday. POTATOES -- EARLY OHIOS Finest Seed and t1 QC Table. IQOjb. sack... ji««/J APPLES, FANCY WINESAPS 5 Founds 23c; M PQ Bushel Pox 3I.JJ HEAD LETTUCE, Extra Large Solid Heads, Each RADISHES, YOUNG ONIONS, CARROTS, C- Large Bunches «**· BUTTER, C. Country, Brookfield, Fresh Dally, Ib COFFEE, Folgert, Lb. S2c; 2 Ib. can 61c MONARCH GELATINE, 5 pkgs.. 25c MONARCH EGG NOODLES (Home Style) 1 C _ Pound Cello Bag *«**· RINSO, 10,. Large Package , iUV 2 for 33c POTATOES, Idaho Russets, 100-lb. bag.. Green Mountains, 100 pounds $1.95 $1.75 GRAPEFRUIT, Seedless, 4, 5 and 6 for 25c FLORIDA ORANGES -- Sweet and Juicy, 10 pounds ORANGES, Cal. Navels, Dozen 25c 30c 40c SUGAR, M. C. Made, 10-lb. bag 49c MONARCH COFFEE, Pound 2Sc; S Ibs 75c MONARCH PEAS, Early June, large can. 15c HEINZ CATSUP, Large Bottle 19c CHIPSO, Large Package 2 for 29c PALMOLTVE, 15c Friday and ^ , Saturday at-PINEAPPLE CORN No. 2 cans Mayflower GoWen PEAS Med. cans iler, Sweet Peas 8c KELP- 15c TOMATOES N.. 2 KRAUT No. 2 cans EA. Jack Sprat Brand COFFEE VALUES ROMA-MAXWELL HOUSE-FOLGERS Lb. 19c Lb. 28c Lb. 32c -"- HEINZ SOUP HSB l «- J " 23c OLIVES SHRIMP N,. i c,,s 1Qc SALMON ,,»»25c 25c l l b B M 23c PANCAKE FLOUR - "-· Puffed Wheat QC 111 Lge. Pkg. 15c Packaee 8*1 ·'$ Quick or Regular * *^ Package Puffed Rice 13 G S Small Pkg. 7 C "PH/** ^^^ TM QUAKER MUFFETS COCOA 2ib.Can IQc NOODLES 5o Z . P k s . y c « _ - ^ «_-,=^. · U Am. Beauty Egg Noodles · PRUNES 2 ibs. 95c Fancy 20-30 Size ** MIRACLE WHIP 25c ^ ^" b " 4-k...._^ f f ^ f . Vl\.» ^^^ ^^^ Good Quality Quart Jars P. AND I*. SUA1T, 9C/» GIANT BARS, OC _ 7 for ^ D C SILK TISSUE TOILET Of" CAMAY, bar «»*· LUX TOILET OC- SOAP, 4 for '·«' u SULK, Northfield, O C p Tall cans, 4 for ft'iil- COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH VEGETABLES MRS. BARCLAY'S HOME BAKING United Fruit Co. PHONE 749 S3 East .state st. FREE DELIVERY. BETSY ROSS F L O U R S?S?«=VE ^SSX££S£%XZ~ Sf,S. 5ik28c 10ibs49c24iibs.S10549ibs.S198 RADISHES Fresh and Crisp ROME BEAUTY APPLES LETTUCE ea. 4c Firm, Crisp Heads ORANGES 2doz. 35c Medium Size BANANAS i». 5c bunch «· 5 -- ALL OVER THE WORLD L

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