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

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1937
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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 4 · 193? YOU buy if our MEATS .. .WHEN you aaa^ select them "^" MRS. BUTTS OF WESLEY DIES Funeral for Wife of Bank Cashier to Be Held- Saturday. WESLEY--Mrs. Mayme - Butts, 64, wife of Guy M.. Butts, cashier of the Exchange State bank of Wesley, died at 11:20 o'clock Wednesday night at her home following a week's illness with heart disease and then a stroke. Both Mr. and Mrs. Butts have been prominent locally in business and social activities, They were officers of the Rebekah and Odd Fellows, Mrs. Butts serving as president o£ the Rebekahs one year. Funeral services at Wesley will be held at the home at 2 o'clock and 2:30 o'clock at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon. Burial will be in Evergreen cemetery. Surviving arc the husband, a sister, Mis. Daisy Gleason o£ Ullen City, 111., · and a brother, Harry Ehlers o£ Plymouth. Here and There Molsherry Rites Held. CLAHKSVILLE -- Funeral services for Bion Molsberry, who died Sunday, were held at the Community church by the Rev. R. B. Fisher Wednesday afternoon with burial in Lynwood cemetery. Daughter Is Born. HAMPTON--Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Boehmler are parents of a daughter torn Tuesday at the Lutheran hospital. Returns From Forest City. 'RAKE -- Trygve Haugen returned Tuesday from. Forest City where he has been the past week receiving treatments for an injured neck which he received in - an auto accident recently. Attend Lumbermen's Convention. KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Newland drove to Des Moines Wednesday to attend a convention for the lumber dealers. Pete Peterson is assisting at the Smith ·' lumber office during Mr. Newland's absence. Mission Group Meets. CORWITH--The Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church .met at the church parlors Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. H. L. Hawswirth gave a review of "A Preface to Racial Understanding" by Charles S.' Johnson. A piano solo was given by Mrs. Francis Kee. A tea to further misr- sions, which was observed nation- aly on Tuesday, was in charge of Mrs. C. A. Applcgate, president of the society. French Canada Studied. KANAWHA -- The Kanawha --~Wom"an's-club-met- Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Herm Brummund. Roll call was ans- . weredon "How to Be a Good Club Woman." The topic studied was French Canada, its people, customs and traditions. Papers were given by Mrs. Brummund, Mrs. Fred Knudsen and Mrs. A. S. Thoreson. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. A. S. Thoreson, Feb. 16. Visitors From Blaplcton. SEXTON--Mrs. Sarah Wise and son, Herman, .were guests of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Phillips to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stevens and children who came from Mapleton, Minn., for the day. .Mrs. Stevens is another daughter oE ' Mrs. Wise. Visitor From Iowa City. FAULKNER -- Donald Dental, who is attending state university at Iowa City, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dentel. Move to Fairbury. MANLY--The J. H. Mullincx family moved to Fairbury, Nebr., where Mr. Mullinex is Rock Island round house foreman. Mrs, Mullinex and children left Sunday morning for Fairbury. W. 5. Ford has purchased the Mullinex home and they, are moving in the first of the week. "Submits to Operation. GALT--Mrs. J. P. Denger was taken to the Hampton hospital where an operation was performed on a ear where a-gathering had formed. Visits in Minneapolis. TITONKA--Mrs. A. M. Peterson has gone to Minneapolis to visit until next'week with her sisters, the Mesdames Raymond and Logan Keagle and Roland Shaw, all o£ whom formerly lived here. Returns From Iowa City. LONEROCK--Mrs. Ora Hulbcrt has returned from Iowa City where she has been tor medical treatment. Delegates arc Named. CRYETAL LAKE-- The American Legion met in the hall Tuesday afternoon with a good attendance, Mrs. Anna Schenck, Fidac chairman, reviewed the December and January issues of the Fidac magazine. The Fidac essay contest will also be sponsored by the Auxiliary to be held in the local high .school. The unit voted to send Mrs. Alma McFarland, president, and Mrs. Lela Gordon, secretary, 1o Des Moines tp attend the conference of the presidents and secretaries which will be held Feb. 22. Move From Cedar Rapids. MANLY--J. H. McPartland and family of Cedar Rapids have moved into the Lee Andre home on the east side this week-end. Mr. McPartland is Rock Island round house foreman now, having taken J. H. Mullinex's place. Pioneer Resident 111. SWEA CITY--Charles Johnson, pioneer resident, is critically ill at his home here. Mrs. Merie Jacobs is assisting in caring for him. Janet Bleckcr Candidate. . ' IOWA FALLS -- Miss Janet Bleekcr is the senior girl named as candidate by the Iowa Falls chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution for the Good .Citizenship pilgrimage. Your Federal Income Tax [ No. 5. Personal. Exemptions. In addition to the personal exemption of 51,000 for single, persons and $2,500 for married persons living together and for heads of families, a taxpayer is entitled to a credit of $400 for each dependent, defined by incometax law and regulations as a person under 18 years of age or incapable of self-support because mentally or physically defective. The term "mentally or physically defective" means not only cripples and those mentally defective but persons in ill health and the aged. In order to be entitled to the $400 credit, the taxpayer must furnisn the dependent his or her chief support. The credit is based upon actual financial dependency and not mere legal dependency. For example, a father whose children receive half or more of their support from a trust fund or other separate source is not entitled to the credit. Neither relationship nor residence is a factor in the allowance of the $400 credit for a dependent. The taxpayer and the dependent may be residents of different cities. If husband and wife both contribute to the support of a dependent, the .$400 credit may be taken by the one contributing the chief support, and may not be divided between them. A single person who supports in his home an aged mother is entitled not only to the $400 credit for a dependent but also to the personal exemption of $2,000 as the head of a family. A widower supporting under similar circumstances a dependent child under IS years of age also is entitled to the personal exemption of $2,500 as the head.of a family, plus the $400 credit for a dependent. Under the revenue act o£ 1936 Aaoth the personal exemption and the credit for dependents are required to be prorated where the status of the taxpayer changed during the year. Record Year Shown for Joice Creamery .TOICE--The annual meeting of stockholders of the Joice Creamery company was held at Arneson's hall Tuesday afternoon. Officers were re-elected. Reports of business transacted for 1936 were heard. Officers are Lars Amundson, president; Theodore Ramsey, vice president; Adolph Tweed, Aslak Kringlak and C. S. Dahl, directors; Kermit Paulson, secretary, and ' J. H.' Hagen, butter- maker and manager. This was the biggest year the Joice creamery ever had, with a gain of approximately 20,000 'pounds on butterfat. SAM'S GROCERY FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY SALAD DRESSING, full quart jar ..... CHEESE, Full Cream, 25c grade, extra special, per Ib ..... J JELL POWDER, Assorted Flavors, 5c boxes, 6 for.'. . . MACARONI or SPAGHETTI, 3 Ibs. COFFEE, Brown Beauty, each pound guaranteed or money, back. 1 .Pound . . 19c 3 Pounds" '. 50c PANCAKE FLOUR, 3-tb. pkg 15c SARDINES, Tall Mb. Cans, 3 f o r . . ' D I G E S T I B L E C R 1 S C O 1 LB. CAN 59c 22c ONIONS, Nice Size, Yellow or Red, 10 Ibs CRACKERS, 2-lb. box . . COCOA, 2-lb. Can K. C. BAKING POWDER, Large Can, regular 25c LAUNDRY SOAP, 10 bars Just a Few Cases Left LIPTON TEA SPECIALS 1 Ib. pkg « . . . 39c Vi Ib. pkg 23c V* Ib. p k g . : . . 13c lOc size . .' 8c Puts 25 times m a r e s o a p right on d i r t y s p o t s J.AIKH: BAKS 0 A P ° on 25c FARINA, 4 Ib. pkg.. BUTTER, Fresh, Creamery, per Ib LIGHTHOUSE CLEANSER, Regular 5c size, special . JAM, full 2-lb. jar, assorted flavors . . . FLOUR, OUR SPECIAL Money Back Guarantee on ea£h sack. 49 Jb. sack $1.79 24V2 Ib. sack. 95c Highest Prices Paid for Eggs--Cash or Trade 650 PAIRS OF LADIES' and CHILDREN'S ON TABLES !N BASEMENT THESE SHOES ARE'sOLD FOR LESS THAN ONE-HALF .OF THEIR VALUE » Broken Lots, But All Sizes--AA to EE h°* SBf Ut ? 1- 39 Lot $169 O n e . . . . 2 ? © S ; Two I Three.. 1 GIRLS' UNION SUITS Vallastic, Heavy Weight Fleece, Reg. 98c, Close-out Price. . MEN'S CORDUROY ZIPPER JACKETS -- All Colors. $3.00 Value. Close-out Price. . . Same in Boys' . . . . AH Men's SWEATERS at Closing-Out- Prices! RUBBER FOOTWEAR For the Entire Family at CLOSE-OUT PRICES Get Our Prices Before Buying By all means attend our closing out sale on our entire winter stock. A visit to our store means large savings to you. SAM RAIZES . DEPARTMENT STORE 215 South Federal FREE DELIVERY ·j- Phone 434 Carl Sandburg. Will Lecture at Luther DECORAH -- Carl Sandburg, OIIP of the best known l i t e r a r y figm-es on the lecture platform, will give a lecture at the C. 1C. Preus gymnasium, Luther college, Decorah, Monday evening, Feb. 8. Mr. Sandburg's lecture consists of reading of his poems and the singing of folk songs collected on his travels throughout the country. He is a master interpreter of his verse, in recitation or song. Hunted "Without License. CLARION--Carl Eoskamp of Norway township was fined $10 and costs Wednesday in Justice Glen Oldham's court on a charge of hunting without a license. Woman Buried. IOWA FALLS-- Burial services were held Tuesday at Union cemetery for Mrs. Augusta Louise Scherffius, 84. Funeral services had been held at Cedar Falls where Mrs. Scherffius died in the Western Old . Peoples home. She went to (he home about 10 years ago after having lived in the home of he daughter, Mrs. E. A. Westbury of Iowa Falls, about la years. Goes tt Excelsior Springs. SWEA CITY--Martin Olson left for Excelsior Springs, Mo., for treatment at a hospital. Why Is Mr. Manusos of the Olympia Cafe, 9 North Federal avenue, enjoylnff such a \fonflerful coffee business? Because he Is usinx the same famous Alanor House coffee as used by the leading hotels and society in Chicago. BEGINS -AT COFFEE POUND Federal Packing Co. Phone 746 -We Deliver $1 Orders ..213 N. Fed. Ave. Decker's BACON, Half or Whole, Ib.. Fresh Side PORK, Ib.. End Cut PORK CHOPS, Ib. 20c Sirloin STEAK, Ib.. Home-Made BOLOGNA, Jb.. .. ISc Pork Shoulder ROAST, Ib 20c Spare RIBS, Ib... 15c Capon CHICKENS, Ib. 25c Pork CUTLETS, Ib. Select Beef ROAST, Ib.. 14e South A. Er P. Phone 101 CLIFTON'S North A. fr P. Phone 1477 SPECIAL QUALITY BEEF SALE Tender Swiss «4J Steak , b . I 4 LB. BOX , ^^^ r , , i- 5MCKP E N D S f ^ tr^ST BACON O7 Jutcy Pot Pure ' 1 a LARD.J4 Fresh'Pork *a f^ Shanks,,, 1 if For Your Lenten Menu -- See Our Complete Line of FRESH and SMOKED FISH Whiting Ib. Whole Sable White Fillets -f MBl FIS H , 15 Fresh Fish 4 pV Smelts b I I ·NO PARKING SPACE WORRIES A T " GRUPP'S STORE 1325 North Federal' Lb. Loin End PORK ROAST, Ib. Ground , Ib Choice Pot ROAST, Ib. Pure Pork SAUSAGE, Ib. CANNED FOOD SALE! While canned vegetables and fruits of the better grades are becoming: very scarce, we still have ample stocks as a result of oar direct connection with larger canneries. Well- known brands are specially priced this week in a bijr Pantry Slocking- Event which is timed, we hope, In meet your needs. See Jack Sprat Adv., imd let us nil your order. Kellogg's All-Bran , . . 25c Mixing Spoon Free With 2 Packages Three Large LEMONS . . Idaho RUS- · SETS, 15-lb. bag Six Seedless GRAPEFRUIT. Mammoth Size CELERY, bunch Swiss STEAK, Ib. Pork STEAK, Ib. | Puts 25 time* more soap · : ' h f o n d i r t y s p o t s P rt irmrt »»m»« Giant . " - f c s o A p Mr · · Lb. FARMERS: We Want Your Eggs and Poultry ·PHONE US YOUR ORDER : --WE DELIVER- Features Friday and Saturday P O R K SHQULDIRS Fresh Cut, Lean, Meaty Spare Ribs 15c Fresh Ground BeeF, Ib. Mock Chicken Legs, 6 for Cut From Prime Beef Sirloin Steaks PER POUND Pan .Dressed Bullheads, Ib.. Fancy Steak Halibut, I b . . . 100% Pure Leaf Lard 2 Ibs. . 29c Fresh Cut Neck Bones Lb. . . . . 5c Cube Tenderized Genuine Steaks . _ 2 5 e Boned, Rolled and Tied Rump Tender Savory Roast . Lb. Pound Boned and Rolled Veal Roast Pound 23c Genuine Spring. Leg of Lamb 29c Pound Prices Effective Friday and Saturday, Feb. 5-'6 WE PAY CASH FOR EGGS Phone 1591 Four Deliveries Daily--8 A. M 10 A. M., 2 P. M., 4 P. M. Hills. Bros. Coffee . . . Lb. Can 2-lb. Can 2Sc 55c Sawyer's · . 2 Box Hershey's Cocoa · · Lb. 13c Decker's, Corn Country Subject to Market Lb. 35c Fancy Long Shred Cococmut, Ib.. . . Santa Clara ·* Prunes. . Ibs. « g^ JL"C Fancy Dried Apricots, Ib Kellogg's · Lge. All-Bran.. . Box Mixing Spoon Free A. B.' Brand Mac. or ·» Spaghetti ft 15c No. 1 Wisconsin Colby Cheese, Ib. Wolff's Olives, Near Quart, , , . Gingersnaps, ** Fig Bars. . £i Ibs. 25c · Milk.. 4 Cans Rolston's Corn Flakes, Lge. Pkg. Seedless *| Raisins.. L Ibs. Kraft's Miraclo *1*. Whip, Quart. . . 5 / C WHITE NAPHTHA S O A P Bars 25c Del Monte Peaches, No. 2V 2 Can Johnson's Glo-Coat, Pint. Swift's Sunbrite Cans Northern Tissue. . 3 Rolls Libby's G. B. Corn, No. 2 Con. Ralston's Wheat-Oata, Large Pkg.. . Del Monte Sugar Peas, No. 2 Can. . 15c Blue Rose \ *« R i c e . . . . 3 Ibs. 1/C Pantry Pride Peanut A !b. Butter. . . £* Jar Campbell's Tomato j Juice. . It Cans Del Monte Crushed Pineapple, «%*!*, 3-- 9-oz. Cons. . £ / Pure Candy Fruit Sticks, Ib... Orphan Annie Dog ^ ].jb; F o o d . . . $ Cans Strictly Fresh Dozen Heinz, Gerbcr's Baby Foods . 3 Cans 25c Doi. Armour's Roast or Corned Beef 12 Can 20C Gold Medal 5 Ibs. 10 Ibs. 24'/2 Ibs. 49 Ibs. Flour 32c59c $1.19 $2.25 Head FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES Sunkist Navel Oranges 29c Big Mac Lettuce 216 Size, Dozen Firm Yellow Bananas Pounds 27c Texas Seedless Grapefruit . . . . . . Dozen 29c . n ''S { ifl i^ TK-Wim*4^trrSEMK I--^S!::TM^^^

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