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February 4, 1937

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 4 H 1937 SEVENTEEN Hewitt, Physician in Northwood for 45 Years, Buried NORTHWOOD--Funeval services were held Tuesday afternoon in the Methodist church for Dr. L. G. Hewitt, 70, resident Northwood physician for the past 45 years, who died at his home here after an illness oL nearly one year. Burial was made in Sunset Rest cemetery. Dr. Hewitt is survived by his wife and three children, Capt. Leland H. Hewitt o£ the U. S. army, now enroute to the Philippine Islands for duty; Kent W. Hewitt o£ St. Paul, and Miss Nan Hewitt, a sophomore in the North- wood high school. A sister and a brother, Mrs. Frank Baker and Arthur Hewitt, reside in Albert Lea, Minn., and a sister, Mrs. Joseph Slater, is living at Pacific Grove. Cal. Dr. Hewitt was born in Freeborn county, Minn., and after attending the Albert Lea high school he received his protessionnl training a! Rush Medical college where he was graduated jn 1892 He later studied at the Ohio Medical college and at the University of Minnesota. He came to Northwood in July, 1892, purchasing the practice of Dr. N. L. Kean, a pioneer Northwood physician. He had been coroner of Worth county for a great many years and was re-elected at the recent general' election without opposition. He had also served as president at the Worth County Agricultural sa- ciety for several years and as manager of the Northwood baseball clubs o£ former years. He had taker, a" great interest in Jimmie Crimtmngs, Grafton, former Luther college star pitcher, and through Dr. Hewitt's influence Crimmings was signed by the Detroit American league and played at Manhattan, Kans., during the latter part of the 1936 season. Pastor 111 With Flu. NASHUA -- The Rev. William Kent, pastor of the Little Brown church, who has been confined to his bed for the past three weeks with heart trouble, and who had expected to be able to sit up Wednesday, is suffering from the tlu. Brilt Youth Held. CLARION--Wright county officers are holding Lylc Clapsuddlc, 16, Brilt, pending investigation, on a charge of issuing bad checks. Clapsaddlc allegedly purchased livestock, and gave checks for the purchase price without having funds. Released on Bond. HAMPTON--L. L. Bogue Hampton was arrested Wednesday on a charge of reckless driving. He pleaded not guilty before Justice W. R. Rule and was released on bond. ECMSP 5*0 RIS FRIDAY and SATURDAY, FEB. 5-6 JACK SPRAT--Whole Segments 'I l ; i| ,c A. Blackberries Jack Fruit Cocktail Tack s "' at Corn -Tack Sprat Golden Bantam Whole Kernel ^rf Loganberries Jack s * rat Peaches Jack Sprat--Halves or Sliced P i n e a p p l e Jack Sprat--Crushed PeaS J' 10 ' 5 Sprat Sweet *$firffc§lf»|J» 3 ,ItUI^C Cans Jack Sprat--Whole Peeled Pineapple Jack sprat--crushed Pineapple Jacli: sprat--sneea Block'Raspberries ·'«* s " rat . Red Raspberries Jiick s »» -at Strawberries Jsck s i rat With Each 12-Can Purchase Durinff This Sale A TILT-TOP O-MAT1C Cutting- blade rolls under light pressure--simple and easy to use--made of hardened metal. HORSE SHOE GROCERY 219 North Federal Phono 200 THOMPSON-DEAN CO. 121 North Federal Phone 312 CARL G R U P P 1339 North Federal Phone 420 SNYDER'S RITE-WAY 610 South Federal Phono 1800 WILLSON GROCERY ,;j 401 Fifteenth St. N. VV. Phono 241 A. W. KITTO 402 Seventh St. S. E. Phone 751 BARRETT BROS. CO. 20 Scnond St. N. E. Phone 43 W. S. LAWRENCE 102 Twelfth St. N. \V. Phone 2137 S. P. SHAPIRO 523 N. Pennsylvania Phone 2187' Chicago Meat Cr Grocer; 625 SkjJackson Thone 8 Brown Beauty Beans Mexican style Beets, Jack Sprat Dicc(l Lye Hominy Jack s i )rat Lima Beans Pork Beans Spaghetti Jack Spral 1re i' arctl Tomatoes Mas-flower Tomato Juice Jilck Slrilt Mayflower -- Cut Rcfusee Beans Mayflower Kcfl Sour Pitted Cherries Mayflower Italian Jack Sprat -- Sugar Corn - No. 10 Cans Jack Spral No. 2 Can Grapefruit Juice Mission Orange Jnir*» l u r c J U i t t : i£ Oz. Bottle Jack Sprat Sauerkraut *%£* Jack Spral--Whole Sweet Potatoes No. 3 Sciuat Can Jack Sprat Tomatoes No. Z Can Ko. 2'/a Can No. 2 Can No. 2 Can (Silver Spoon or Fork Free with each six cans) FRIDAY and SATURDAY: Buy Quality Groceries Test our Service--Free Delivery FLORIDA OttANGKS S\vecl :u\rt Juicy, 176 Size, clov.cn Fancy Texas 86 Si'/.c, dozen PEGGY PAGE CHOCOLATES, 1 Ib. Box Tomato Juice, 3 Cans Mrs. Rogers' Home Made Pastry Mrs. Barclay's Home Made Bread MEAT DEPARTMENT Buy Quality -- Fancy Beef, Spring; Lamb, Veal, Chickens, Sausage, Oysters. 10 WAN A BACON, Ib ROASTS, (Fancy Beef Chuck) Ib A. P. Bandwagon" Special! The Mild and Mellow Coffee Pound £A« 1-Pound B a g 3«l - B a g Tune In "A. P. Bandwagon" 7 to 8 p. m. Thurs. Station WCCO. STERLING GROCERIES and MEAT MARKETS NO. 1 FRIDAY Right to Limit _ NO. 2 -- N O . 3 -- N O . 4 SATURDAY - MONDAY We Deliver $1.00 Orders Where the Good Meat Comes From Ladies, do you have any trouble getting y o u r h u s b a n d to go to c h u r c h S u n d a y morn- i n g ? (My wife d o e s ) . Here is the easy way. Get a pound of that Sterling Canadian style bacon, some of those country fresh eggs, a slab of toast, and a dash of Folger s c o f f e e -- a n d he will w a n t to sing in the choir. Minute Steaks, pound Beef Boil, p o u n d . . . . . Beef Chuck Roast, p o u n d . . Baby Beef Liver, pound . . . Canadian Style BACON Bonciess Sirloin Roast, pound . . Pork Liver, Beef R u m p Roast, p o u n d . . . Veal Stew, pound , Table Syrup, Kara, Blue Label, 5 Ibs.. Red Label, 5 Ibs.. White House Evap. ' 14Vz or. Milk, 3 Tall Cans 20c Hill's Bros. Coffee, 1-lb. Can 29c 2-Ib. Can 55c Post Toasties, 13-oz. Pkg.. lOc lona Flour, 49-lb. Bag $1.50 Sunnyfield Flour, 49-lb. Bag $1.75 Polk's G r a p e f r u i t , 300 Size, 2 for 19c Wheat Puffits, 5 or. pkg Vc P. L. Catsup, 14 oz. Bottle l O c Lux Flakes, 12 oz. pkg. 21 c Lux Toilet Soap, 4 Cakes 22c 14 oz. Bab-O, 2 cans 23c RECIPE B R A N D MARSHMALLOWS 2 1-lb. Bags Campfire B r a n d , Economy 1-lb. pkg. 19c LIPTON'S TEA G R E E N i/4-lb. 4 ·*- Vz-lb. «*«» Pkg. %» Pkg. tt Black, '/4-lb. Pkg 20c Vz-lb. Pkg 39c PILLSBURY'S SNO-SHEEN CAKE FLOUR 2%-lb. Pkg. Kitchen K L E N Z E R 13-or. Can Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Florida Oratiges tTM . doi. 25c Carrots, 2 B u n c h e s . . 12c GROCERS MEATS.FRUITS.VEGETABLES 10 -INP 5T;^,fVv; PH^K 41144 THE BEST IN CANNED FOODS AT A BARGAIN RICHELIEU PEAS, $i .09 Sweet Wrinkled, per can 19c; (i cans RICHELIEU TOMATOES, No. 2 can, per can lac; (j cans NANCY HANKS PLUMS, Lombard, No. 2 can, per can PLYMOUTH ROCK TOMATOES, No. 2'/2 can, per can 15c; 6 cans PIE CHERRIES, No. 10 cans, ^C|c per can Richelieu GRAPE JELLY, 8 oz. glass MEATS Fancy BEEF POT ROAST, per Ib Berkshire SAUSAGE, Fresh Pure Pork, per Ib TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT, % size, per do/, 37c ,,Home Made Bread--Pics--Cakes--Cookies, Etc. Veal Roast, pound Pork Hearts, pound Hamburger (All Meat) Ib. 15c Pork Chops, Ends, Ib. CHICKENS -- FISH -- OYSTERS, Solid Pack 18c Lettuce, Large, Solid Heads Our F r u i t Department Has That Springlike E f f e c t 9 Tangerines, Large, d o z e n . . Radishes, 3 b u n c h e s . . . . Veg. Mix for Soup, pkg Texas Seedless G R A P E F R U I T Green Onions, .bunch C a l i f o r n i a Oranges, 200 Size, dozen Celery, Large Stalks . . . Florida Oranges, Large, dozen. . Carrots, b u n c h ·. Lemons, Large, 6 for Winesap Apples, Bushel $2.10 Jonathan Apples, Box. . $2.39 DeGraw's Buckwheat, 5 Ibs.. . Iowa Pancake Flour, 5-lb. pkg". Monarch Noodles, pkg.. . Libby's Dill Pickles, large jar Libby's Sweet Pickles, large jar Rosedalc Sweet Mix. Pickles, qt. Folger's COFFEE 1-lb. C a n . . 29c 2-lb. Can . . 56c Macaroni or Spaghetti, Pkg. Monarch Syrup, Large Bottle . . . Vermont Maid Maple Syrup, bat. B u l k Macaroni, 3 pounds Magic Washer Giant Pkg., 5 Pounds Monarch Fish Tenderloin, Can M o n a r c h Ripe Olives, Ige. can Monarch S t u f f e d Olives, g i a n t jar Monarch Yacht Club Tuna, can I witnessed the big flood in Kansas City a b o u t 33 years ago and it was a w f u l . You can't imagine v/hat g r e a t speed the c u r r e n t flows in one of these floods. The flood back east this year was a .bigger flood t h a n the Kansas City flood and, of course, the c u r r e n t was swifter. You have noticed the trees along the river b a n k when the sun is s h i n i n g will cast a shadow u p o n the water. The .current was so swift in the Ohio flood, they would f i n d the shadows of the trees a mile down the stream. LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A. Monarch Telephone Peas, can Monarch Golden Bantam Corn, Can . . .' p. G. SOAP Giant Bars for Monarch Diced Beets, C a n . . . . Monarch Peas and Carrots, C a n . . Monarch Salad Vegetables, Can Van Camp's Pork Beans, Giant C a n . . . . Van Camp's Vegetable Soup, G i a n t Can Van Camp's Spaghetti, giant can Peas, Good Grade, 2 Cans Brooms, Extra Good, Each . . . M o n a r c h Cake Flour, Lge. Pkg. Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Lb. Pkg. 'Monarch Hominy, No. 2 C a n . . . . R I N S O Large Package Sterling Hard Candy, 3 Pounds Excel! Crackers Taste the Difference 0% Pound £» Caddy Tomatoes, No. 2 Can, 3 Cans for Marshmallows, Cello Pkg., Ib.. . Monarch Yacht Club Cut Green Beans, C a n . . . . Monarch Diced Carrots, Can . . . Monarch Spinach, Can Monarch Ketchup, Large Bottle. . . Van Camp's Red K i d n e y Beans, G i a n t Can Camay Toilet Soap, Bar Van Camp's Tomato Soup, Can. . Van Camp's Tomato Soup, Giant Can . .,.,.. W h i t e Sweet Corn, 2 Cans for Crushed P i n e a p p l e , 3 Cans far Monarch Gelatine, Pkg.. . . Kirk's Hardwater Soap, Bar MR. FARMER: BRING US YOUR EGGS--CASH OR TRADE--ANY OF THE 4 STORES

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