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February 26, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

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MASOtf GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 26 1931 STERLING NO. 1 STERLING NO. Z IS NO. FEDERAL 812 SO. PENN. Savings There la a word, look up the definition or ask your Banker Just what that word means. All that you are going to be, or ever · expect to be, all depends on that word, Savings. Always remember, you can buy groceries at tho Sterling Groceries at a saving. Friday -- Saturday Monday Sterling No. 1 Phono 1600-1-2 Sterling No. 2 Phono 807 So Sweet, So Tasty, Just What You Are Looking For CLEAR LAKE BUTTER, Ib. 30c Monarch Breakfast ' Coffee, Ib 25ol Mclaughlin's 333 Coffee, Ib. 23c I Mclaughlin's Gem, Ib 25c I Castle Tea, pkg 25c I Mclaughlin's 99y z , 3 Ibs. 99c | Monarch Coffee, Ib S7c Virginia Sweet, Ib 35o Chaso Sanborn, Ib 37c Mclaughlin's Bulk Tea, Ib. 49c Mclaughlin's Peaberry, 3 Ibs 89c IOWA'S FAVORITE COFFEE BUTTERNUT COFFEE, Ib. 35c Bice, /ancy, 5 Ibs 25c Prunes, mod. size, 3 lbs...25o Bul] Macaroni, Ibs... j . . .25c Bullj Cocoanut, No. 1, lb...29c Bulk Oatmeal, 9 Ibs 25c i Northern Beans, 4 Ibs 25c Peaches, fancy, Ib 19c Apricots, fancy, Ib ...19c Bulk Cocoa, 2 Ibs 25c Prunes, extra large, Ib 19c THESE POTATOES--GOOD COOKERS, AND CLEAN POTATOES, nice ones, peck 19c Head lettuce, large 801 Grape Fruit, large 5c I Carrots, bunch JlOej Apples, 4 Ibs 25c I Tangerines, 2 dozen ..25oj Oranges, large, dozen SOc Cabbage, new, fancy, Ib 56 English Walnuts, No. 1, Ib. 29o Celery, large Inc Nut Meats, fresh, Ib 50c CA1TFORNIA STJNKIST--FANCY--FULL OF JUICE ORANGES, good size, 2 doz. 35c Monarch Sweet Peas, can 19c Monarch ITomatoes .15o Monarch I Hominy lOo Monarch Peaches, large 2^0 Monarch Mixed Vegetables 15c I Monarch Ketchup, large... 19o Monarch Tapioca, plig lOc Monarch Grape Juice, pints 25c Monarclj Sauerkraut, large Z7c Monarch Spinach, large...23c niTiiiw rllKllY vvnoie Wheat, Rye, Raisin Graham White 5c Peas, large can ...lOcl Sauerkraut, large lOcl Tomatoes, can lOc I Pumpkin, can ^....l Cut Green Beans lOcl Sweet Corn, can lOc I libby's Tall Milk, 3 for 33o Campbell's Tomato Soup, 3 for 25o Monarch Tomato Juice lOc Spaghetti, can lOc KITCHEN TESTED--A BIG FAVORITE GOLD MEDAL FLOUR, 49 Ibs. $1.33 Banner Oats, largo 17o I Old Glory Macaroni, 7 pkgs. 25c I Decker's Tall Corn I Bacon, Ib 29c I Decker's lowana Bacon, Ib. 35c| Decker's Canadian Style Bacon, Ib.' .....89c Peanut Butter, No. 1, pints 25c Mustard, quarts 19c Dill Pickles, quarts 25e Olives, quarts 39c Fig Bars or Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs 25c A GUARANTEED FLOUR--YOU WILL 1TKK IT BIG 'Q' FLOUR, 49 Ibs. $1.09 Heinz Tomato Soup ..'..'.. lOo I Heinz Apple Butter, jar. ..25c] Heinz Preserves, any kind, jar 39c| Heinz Jelly, any kind 21c I Heinz Mustard, jar lOc | Heinz ChlH Sauce SOo Heinz Vinegar, quarts ... ,2ac ; Heinz Mincemeat, can 23e Bfelnz Peanut Butter,' largo 25c Heinz Ketchup, large 24c ALWAYS FRESH W A* 111* ' *L f* Premium Sodas or Pre-cif national Biscuit to. ^X Gr . aham . s 2 . p ° un 5c Bulk Dates, 2 Ibs 25c Gold Medal Cake Flour 29o Sal Soda,' large pkg lOo Gloss Starch, S pkgs 25e Corn Starch, 3 pkgs 25e I Kalsins, 4 Ib. pkg 33c Monarch Cocoa, Ib. can....25c Red Pitted Cherries, can...25e N. Beach Cut Wax or Green Beans, can 15c FOB YOUR SPRING CUBANTNG--IT WORKS WONDERS OXYDOL, large package 19c Chlpso, large pkg 22c Rub-No-More, large 2Zc Ivory .Flakes, large 22c Star Naphtha, large 22u Rinso, large pkg. 25c I Ivory Soap, med., 2 for....lfle Ivory Soap, large, 2 for....25c Ivory Snow, large 15c lux, large pkg 25c Climax Cleaner lOe A HIGH GRADE CANDY--FU1L OF JUICE Schall Chocolate Coated Cherries ib.25 Flat Bred 1 , pkg 2Sc. I/else, pkjr 25c Peaches, No. 10 can.. 49c Blueberries, No. 10 can... .8!)c Blackberries, No. 10 can... 75o I Pears, No. 10 can 40o Cherries, No, 10 can 89a Apricots, No. 10 can 59c loganberries, No. 10 can..75o Prunes, No. 10 can 40c A GOOD GRADE OF PINK SA1MON--REASONABLE PINK SALMON, Ib. can IQc MR. FARMER--Bring na your eggs--cash or trade--any department of the store. Use parking placo back of store. OYSTER SHELLS, BAG 98c BLOCK SALT 45c BID WASHINGTON GOODBYE 49 ENROLL IN CHURCH COURSE Training School for M, E. Teachers Starts at Buffalo Center. BUFFALO CENTER, Feb. 2G.-- The standard teacher training course for church school workers had its initial meeting in the new Methodist Kpiscopal church at Buffalo Center Tuesday evening. This is the first of a series of classes covering a period of six weeks. Forty- nine persons enrolled for the course and with the four instructors and the dean 54 persons were present. Fourteen enrolled in the class of "Primary Methods," with Mrs. H. F. Crawford of Thompson as instructor. Mrs. Frank O. Johnson is instructing a class of 14 in "The The Rev. Frank O. Johnson of Lakota has the class in "New Testament" with 13 pupils. The Rev. II. Psychology of Middle Adolescence." D. Bush of Forest City is the leader in the class on "The Teaching Work of the Church and Administration." The Rev. Wayne C. Stauffer of Lake Mills is dean and the Rev. Beldon Weikel of Thompson is registrar. This group includes Forest City, Lake Mills, Hayfield, Crystal Lake, Woden, Prairie Center, Buffalo Center, Rake, Lakola, Ledyard, Thompson and Ellis Point. There are five other schools holding similar sessions and offering the same courses in progress in the Algona district of Methodist churches of which Dr. W. H. Lease of Algona is superintendent. Sixty-five churches are co-operating. Davis, Fort Dodge, Wins Iowa Tourney Finals in Checkers at Estherville ESTHERVILLE, Feb. 26. (/P)-Victor Davis of Fort Dodge is the new Iowa checker champion. He won the title by defeating George S. Jennings, also of Fort Dodge, in the finals of the state tournament yesterday. Davis did not lose a game during the tourney. M. C. Bascom of Okoboji defeated Luther Sammons of Ottumwa for third place. Two at Iowa Falls Married 51 Years IOWA FALLS, Feb. 26.--At their home in this city, today Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Green are celebrating the fifty-first anniversary of their marriage. They were i married at Woodbine, 111., Feb. 26, 1880 and resided in the vicinity ot Woodbine until 1891 when they came to Iowa and located on a farm in Franklin county. Thirteen years later they quit farming and moved to Iowa Falls which has been their home ever since. 200 Attend Father and ' Son Banquet at Coulter COULTER, Feb. 26.--Two hundred guests attended the-father and son banquet Tuesday evening at the church basement. Dr. N. M. Hansen of the Iowa Lutheran hospital at Des Moines was the speaker for the occasion. Speaking of relief, the Red Cross got Cal Coolidge and Al Smith n chance to be heard over the radio again.--San Diego Union. GIFTED CHILD IS « GREAT PROBLEMifl Needs as Much Attention asVxo Defective, Declares '! Educator. DETROIT, Feb. 26. (£P)--A warning- that the "mentally gifted" child is as much a problem as the delinquent and needs special atten- 'tion as much as any defective typ« found in the school room was given to school superintendents today by William John Cooper, United States commissioner of education. The child shoeing an unusually high intelligence reaction, Dr. Cooper said, in addressing the annual convention of the department of superintendence of the national education association, may become a "liability to the community." There are 1,500,000 such children in the schools of the nation, he estimated, or about 200 for each 5,000 pupils. Only 40 cities in the country, however, have special classes for these children, the speaker said. After March 4 many familiar faces will be missing in the senate as retiring senators return to their homes, either ot their own volition, or thru defeat at the polls. Among those who will depart :ire (1) Furnifold Mel. Simmons of North Carolina, (2) Daniel F. Steck of Iowa, ^3) 3. Thomns Heflin of Alabama, (4) Charles S. Deneen of Illinois, (5) Joseph E. Ransdell of Louisiana, (G) Frederick H. Gillett of Massachusetts, (7) Guy D. Golf of West Virginia, and (8) Coleman L. Blease of South Carolina. Simmons, Steck, Heflin, RansdeH anfl Blease are democrats; Deneen, Gillett and Goff are republicans. CONFERENCE IS HELDATGRESCO 170 Attend Sunday School Sessions; Herbrecht, Button Speak. CRESCO, Feb. 26.--Sunday school oys and girls of high school anj ollege age with group leaders, superintendents and pastors from nine ;owns and 14 Sunday schools of Joward and Winneshiek counties, i otal of 170 persons, registered at he conference held at the Methodist church here Tuesday. This was un- !er the auspices of the Iowa State 3unday school council of whicb. Walter Hutton, general secretary, and O. G. Herbrecht of Des Moines, director young people's work, were Lhe principal speakers. Group conferences were also directed by Mrs. A. Robertson and Mrs. A. W. Schlesselman of Cresco. Other parts on the program were taken ,by Naomi Schlesselman, Paul WeiUe- man, Curtis Moore, Jr., Margaret Davenport, Ruth Merrill^ and AI Robertson. RM1T FOUND DEAD ON ROAD Manchester Officers Making Investigation of Fatal / Circumstances. MANCHESTER, Feb. 26. ical officers are conducting an in- estigation into the death of John Ison, 54, Robinson hermit, whose B j i ~ was found in his shack last :ck. Questioned several times, Herman Vinnermark, a resident of the eighborhood, said that he found Olson in the middle of a highway .nci that he took him to the Olson abin where he was later found lead. The man's head was bruised and iis legs injured in such a manner s to indicate, officers believed, that e had been struck by a "hit and un" driver. Declamatory Contest Scheduled at Lawler LAWLER, Feb. 26.--The state preliminary declamatory contest will be held at Lawler tonight in the high school auditorium. The judges are Miss Vaughn of Thornburg, Ralph Nichols and Supt. Dale Welsch of Elkader. Candidates File for DecoraK City Offices DECORAH, Feb. 26.--To date those who have filed for city offices are Ben Marsh, candidate for mayor; W. B. Reed and M. A. Lange, candidates for aldermen-at-large; Richard Bucknell, former mayor and councilman, for alderman in the. third ward; John M. Elliott anc Cyrus Barfoot, candidates for aldermen in the fourth ward, and Emi! Rosenthal and W. O. Thornton, opponents in the fifth ward. No candidate has'filed from Decorah first and second ward as yet. Program Is Presented at Meeting of Dows P. T. A. SCARVILLE, Febi 26.--The Par ent-Teachers association met at the high school auditorium Wednesday evening. The following program was given: piano duet by Tilda Chris tianson and Signe Stephens; musi cal selection by Otto and Virgil Sev erson; song by the girls octet, al of whom are alumni of the loca high school; piano duet by Mrs George Larson and Mrs. Ben Nel son; talk on "Morality and Charac ter Building" by'Mr. Hall of Clea Lake; song by the male quartet remarks by Superintendent Johnson and a song by the male quartet. Floyd Students Place in Declamatory Contes FLOYD, Feb. 26.--The Floyi county declamatory contest wa held at Charles City Tuesdaj Schools competing were: (Sharle City, Calwell, Marble Rock an Floyd. The following pupils from Floyd .high school were awarde places: Evelyn Lynch, second in dra matic; Welda Ballard, third in hu morons; Lynn Davidson, third in or atorical. Spain is worried over the lov price of wheat. Presume the re publican party is to blame for that too.--Sioux Falls Argus-leader. A $20 Hat Copied for Only Isn't this a stunning hat? It's one of the new "My Own" hats just received. We paid $20 for the original. You get the copy for $2.95. The sketch shows both front and side views. It's made of black and white visca braid--trimmed with burnt, goose. And it's just ONE .of the many new styles we received --a new "halo" hat is in the shipment, too! No wonder Ward's "My Own" hats are such favorites all over America. A NEUJ Shitment Every Week! A Box Free With Every Hot. MONTGOMERY W A R D Co. 2-1.-30 Second street N. E. ONLY TWO MORE DAYS! IN WHICH TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR LOW MID-WINTER SALE PRICES--CHECK THE VALUES SHOWN HERE--THEN VISIT OUR STORE WHERE YOU WILL FIND MANY MORE--ONLY TWO MORE DAYS--SALE ENDS FEB. 28. * l i ·¥ Beginning Saturday One Week Only \ h Golden Arrbw, '':·;* ?"---, ·:.···-'''.'I Special * 1 ! Un- reakabte Burtons Men's Work Shirts 'A Clearance of Women's Shoes that brings you astounding values. Price ranges as high as ?5.98 have been reduced for this clearance. Want to move them out to make way for spring merchandise. Ties, straps, and step-in pumps-expertly fashioned of patent, kid, or calf in the spring light colors, and brown and black. Round, and modified toes;.Cuban, Louis, or Junior-French heels, some rubber-capped for comfort. With Porcelain Enameled Tub! 69c The lowest price we've ever offered on a Work Shirt of this style or quality! Compare it with any work shirt on the market,-selling at higher prices--you'll find it a winner on every count! Note (above) the special features that make this Shirt a value extraordinary. ioneer Overalls 1 O W-B A C K OVEK- A11S of s t r o n g e s t white-back blue denim. All strain points reinforced. Extra wide sus- ponders . $1.10 §2 Weekly Small Carrying Charge The new Wardway priced at a saving of from $30 to $501 6 to 8 sheet capacity . . . Lovell Wringer . . . Tri-Vane Agitator. HIGH-BACK O V E RALLS--full cut; triple- stitched seams. Mill shrunk denim. Roomy bib and hip A -| 1 A pockets «pl.lU JACKET TO MATCH OVERAL1S. Adjustable cuffs, rust-proof buttons, 4 big pockets, 1 inside pocket. (t« -I -I n Banded collar «P 1 · 1U Uppers of black chrome tanned leather, pliable and easy on the feet. Rubber composition soles, solid rubber heels, Goodyeai; welt construction. 's Work Socks I . - *" lOc pr. Famous "Rockford" socks for the hardest wear! Extra heavy heel and toe. Knit of sturdy, double thread cotton, ribbed knit tops. " Russet King" Harness $1 Down $57.45 $6 a Month Small Carrying Charge 1 3-4 Inch Trace Size. A high quality tested russet leather harness. 1%" traces are heavy 3-ply straps, full length and size. Adjustable for horses up to 1700 Ibs. The hardware is best obtainable. Excellent workmanship; guaranteed 8 years against defective materials and workmanship. A wonderful value. 24-30 SECOND STREET N. E. PHONE 57 Co. MASON CITY m · ME ' l£^

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