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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 19 1936 NINETEEN CUT RATE GROCERY SAVES YOU MONEY We lead in Price, We win with Quality. Same Prices at Both Stores 30 EAST STATE PHONES 112-113 512 FIRST ST. S. W. PHONE 114 Prices Below Good for Fri. Sat., Mon. COKN COL'.NTRV OK BKOOKKIiXl) BUTTER, as, Ib. 52c CRISCO, 3 lb. Cans 54c 2'Jc Oleomargarine, Ih Pure Cider Vinegar, K al. jiaisins, |kg ............. Dried Peas, 2 Hs ......... 25c Salad Dressing, full pints 3!)c Salad Dressing, CJt. Jars 28c Mac. or Spaghetti, 3 Ibs. . . 25c Vanilla, 8 oz. bottle ...... 10e TABLE SALT, r,'; 15c Boneless Codfish, fancy . 23c Bridge Coffee, per Ib. . . 15c Honey, full cakes ....... 20c loc Salmon, 3 tall cans . 2uc Mackerel, Ib. can ....... IOc Tuna Fish, can .......... 15c Shrimp, per can .......... loc Red Salmon, per can ..... lOc Libby's Red Salmon, 1 Ib. 25c lOc Light Bulbs, 3 for . . 25c. COCOANUT, £T 17c Fillet of Haddock, Ib 19c Marshniallows, Ib 15c Toilet Paper, 4, 5, 6, ~ rolls 25c Grape Fruit, 5, 6 7 for 25c Catsup, large bottle lOc Tapioca, minute, 2 Ibs. . . . 35c Tapioca, Pearl, 2 Ibs 25c Pop Corn, 11) IOc Fancy Fig Bars, 2 Ibs. ... 25c Crackers, 2 Ibs. 15c 19c EAT MORE FRUITS AND Vegetables 10c Carrots, 3 larjre cans 25c Kidney Beans, 5 cans . . . 25c lOc Corn, Peas, 3 cans . . . 25c Tomatoes, Peas, 4 tor . . . . 25c IOc Pumpkin, 3 cans 25c Head Lettuce 5c and lOc Celery, large 15c Peas and Carrots, 3 for .. 25c Onions, 7 Ibs 25c Asparagus, 18c; 2 cans . . 35c Canadian Rutabagas, 3 Ibs. lOc Tomato Juice, 3 cans 25c Baked Beans, 5 cans 25c Baked Beans, 3 giant cans 25c Milk Hominy, can 14c Tomatoes, qt. cans, per can 15c Carrots or Spaghetti, 5 c'ns 25c Cut Beets, quart cans ... lOc Tomato Soup, 5 cans 25c 15c Spinach, 2 cans 25e Carrots. 6 Jbs 25c Libby's Fane}' Beets, can . IOc Lima Beans, large cans . Me Spaghetti, large cans . . . . TOc Saner Kraut, quarts, 3 for 25c Hominy, quart cans lOc Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, can lOc 15c Corn, Peas, 2 cans . . . 25c Peaches or Apricots, qts. . loc Oranges U :;s;19c29c35c Black Hawk Coffee, Ib. .. 25c Fancy Mixed Nuts, 2 Ibs. 25c Fancy Green Tea, Ib 25c Fancy Black Tea, Ib 35e BROOMS, 39c, 49c, 59c FLOUR Oraa l'"!our. 49 Ibs -S.t.69 Tru BIu, 49 Jbs S1.95 Sunbeam Flour, 49 Ibs. . S1-8U Seal of Minnesota, 49 Ibs. S2.09 White Flour. 5 Ib. sack . . 28c Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs 28e Graham, 5 Ib. sack 28c Whole Wheat, 10 Ib. sack . 48c Corn Meal, 5 Ib. sack 19c Crushed Wheat, 5 Ib. sack 29c DeGraw's Buckwheat, 5 Ibs. 25e DeGravv's Buckwh't, 10 Ibs. 45c DREFT, Kirks Hardwater Soap, bar Olives, quarts Sweet Pickles, quarts . . . . Dill Pickles, quarts Peanut Butter, jar IOc, 15c Prunes, 2 and 3 Ibs Dried Apricots, per lb. . . Crystal White Soap, o Bars Eg? Noodles, batf Eg'c Noodles, pl»c Mma Beans, 3 His Pineapple, 3 cans 25c 25c 15c 25c 25c Me BUTTER - NUT COFFEE Bring; Us Your Coupons, 1/2 lb. Free! PER LB. CAN.. 29e 2 LB. C A N . . S S C Drip or Regular 30 E. State St. Phone 112-113 313 First St. S. W. Phone 114 Cut Rate Grocery Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 City Council and Park Board Approve Project Construction of Retaining Wall on Lake Front Will Begin. CLEAR LAKE--The city council and park board approved the plan offered by the Iowa State Conservation commission in which $20,000 worth of improvements will be made on Clear Lake's water front adjoining the city park, at a special meeting of the council Wednesday night. Approximately 100 men from the transient division of the WPA will be employed immediately in constructing the split boulder masonry retaining wall at the water's edge, according to Roy Martin, state director of the transient organization, who was present at the meeting. Colby Was Present. Dr. Frank Colby, Forest City, a member of the state conservation commission, and F. A. Belousek. chief engineer for the conservation commission, DCS Moines, presented the plans as outlined by the commission. The wall is to extend the entire block's distance from West Main PARK THEATRE TONIGHT and FRIDAY* A Warner Bros. Picture "The Widow From Monte Carlo'" with Dclores Del Rio and Warren William. News, Vitaphone Vaudeville and Scrappy. lOc-tfic. LAKE THEATRE THURSDAY Janet Gaynor - Henry Fonda "FARMER TAKES A WIFE" 5 ACTS ON THE STAGE Friday - Saturday Double Feature, Geo. O'Brien in "THUNDER MOUNTAIN" Also Lionel Barrymore in "Return of Peter Grimm" Adults 16c Children lOc AL BURMEISTER Meat Grocery 516 South Federal Phone 770 We Deliver iik PURE HONEY, 12 oz. jar Monarch WAX BEANS. 2 for 25c Monarch SWEET SPUDS, 2 for . . . . 25c TALL MILK, 4 cans 29c GINGER SNAPS, Ib GRAPEFRUIT, good size, 8 for .... KIRK'S SOAP, cake iOc 5c HEAD LETTUCE, i r 2 for IDC May Flower String Beans. Tomatoes, Sugar Corn. 3 cans Quality Meats All Kinds of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables "SALADA" Vz lb. ^ *fc C "Fr«?i from ff* Gardens" ^» J» Bro\vn Label Black ^*^ or Japan Green Butter-Nut Coffee 29clb. Redeem Your Coupons at Our Store [Folger's Coffee, LB... 29c street to West State street and will be constructed of concrete faced with the split boulders. It will be placed at the normal water's edge, eight feet in height with two feet of wall showing above the ground fill. The site of the old White Pier and on down the rest of the block will be filled in and a gravel promenade placed accessible to the public. This stretch of land may be landscaped later by the slate. Pier Is Planned. An adjustable plant dock as extension of the park side of the sidewalk will extend out over the water. This ig not a permanent fixture, but if this type of T-shaped pier is satisfactory a permanent concrete fixture may be placed there in another year. The council objected to closing Lake street for the one block until the work is started and it is imperative for the construction work. L. J. Schiltz. chief engineer of the transient division and J. C. More, Thornton, local engineer, who were also present at the meeting will be in charge of the project. Annual Meeting of Star Telephone Is Scheduled CLEAR LAKE--A stockholders meeting for the Star Telephone company will be held at the city hall at Clear Lake Friday afternoon. Directors will be elected at this time. A. R. Cain is secretary of this organization. Clear Lake Briefs Fancy beef roasts, 12« Ib. Hansens' Meat Market. Mr. anfl Mrs. Anton Larson who spent the winter with their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson at Waseca, Minn., have returned to their home on the north snore and will open their lunch room Sunday. Now--Bush's home made bread sliced at your grocer. lOc loaf. Mrs. Susan licit' returned to her home at Burlington Thursday afternoon after spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Sater, Holt street. Mrs. Sater entertained at a farewell party for her mother Wednesday afternoon at the close of which she served refreshments. Mrs. W. C. Hughson, Minneapolis, is spending several weeks in Clear Lake visiting her mother, Mrs. Zobel, Vincent street. Miss Marguerite Wurtzer, accompanied by a friend, Jane Svoboda, Kewaunee, Wis., both students at Stephens college, Columbia, Mo., arrived Wednesday to spend their spring vacation with Miss Wurtzer's parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Wurtzer, North Second street. Elston Olmstcad, Outlet park, who has been employed at Penny's at Mason City, has been promoted to assistant manager of Penny's store at Vermillion, S. Dak. He will assume his new duties April 1. Dr. E. L. Wurtzer spent Thursday at Fort Dodge attending the Iowa State Tuberculosis association meeting. Mrs. George Hadley and son of Tulsa, Okla., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bass, South Second street. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Verbeckmoes will return Thursday night from Atkinson, 111., and a business trip at Chicago. They were called to Atkinson by the illness of Mr. Ver- beckmoes' father, Lewis Verbeck- moes, who has been taken to a hospital at Geneseo. Mrs. Thomas Dulf left Wednesday morning for her home in Canada after spending the winter with her daughter. Mrs. C. R. Wood and family. North Third street. Mrs. Frank Atherton went ( DCS Moines Thursday morning to attend the funeral of her cousin, Mrs. Clara B. Priestley, widow of the late physician. Dr. James Taggart Priestley. Mrs. Priestley's death was the result of a fall, Feb. 29, in which she suffered a fractured hip. Mrs. Atherton was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Clark Branson, East Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Watts, Clara street, plan to move to Bridgewater, S. Dak., April 1 where Mr. Watts will become salesman for the International Harvester company. Mrs. C. D. Brown, Spencer, is a houseguest at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. B. Phillips. South Fourth street. C. A. Knutson and C. E. Wells drove to Fort Dodge Thursday to hear the address of Gov. Paul V. McNiitt of Indiana who .spoke before the Chamber of Commerce there on the Indiana gross income lax. Mr. ;»! Mrs. Charles Hainslrpi-l. who have lived on a f ^ r m south of Clear Lake have moved to a farm north of Mason City. Mr. Hamstrect was born and reared in this locality sovith of the lake. Mr. and Mrs. ,T. P. Sorcnsoii, who resided north of Clear Lake, have moved to the C. C. Rice farm south of the lake. Mr. and Mrs. Rice and family sold this farm and purchased one near Swaledale where they moved this week. Frank Marlow and family wh» resided near Mason City for the past two years have returned to the lake. They moved on the Mrs. Arne Olson farm south of Clear Lake. Art Graltidge anil family ol Clarion have moved on to the H u g h f a r m .°outh of CIrnr I^kc. It was recently vacated by Koy Badker. CLASS TOURNEY IS IN PROGRESS Four Regular Varsity Men Play on Strong Senior Quintet. CLEAR LAKE--An inter-class boys' basketball tournament began Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock at the Community building with games between the seniors and freshmen, the sophomores and .juniors. Jim Lane, Murphy, Fisllcr and Mularky. all "A" squad men will serve as captains of each team. The seniors have a strong team with four varsity regulars, "Speed" Wicl- ger, Jim Lane, "Tessie" Leins and 'Red" Ostrander. Outstanding men on the junior team are Murphy, Vic Jensen, Harvey Coe, Bacon and Comstock. Lewis, Fistler, Phillippe and Thomas are the mainstays of the sophs, while Mullarky, Jack Palmeter and Coyier who have bad experience in intramural cage ball are the principals of the frosh. The rest of the teams are made up from the rest of the classes. A small admission charge will be made for these games and the proceeds used to send an indoor track squad to Iowa City, April 4. Two games are planned for Monday night, juniors vs. frosh at 7:30 and seniors vs. sophs at 8:30. The finals will be played Tuesday, sophs vs. frosh at 7:30 and juniors vs. seniors at 8:30. Music Mothers Stage Show Is Well Received CLEAR LAKE--Betty Jane King served as master of ceremonies at the Music Mothers vaudeville at the Lake theater Wednesday night which was well received by the large audience. Bill Nichols' Counterfeit Pennies, a musical organization of the eighth grade, was a clever presentation as were also the tap dances given by Velma Kuns and Helen King. Donna Neal and Betty Greenlee. Billy Kennedy will present his contest vocal number at the showing Thursday night. Barleycorn." Mrs. Ole Swanson gave benediction. Tea was served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. H. M. Dunsmoor, Mrs. Bice, Mrs. Kryc and Mrs. Clara Sawyer, Mrs. Frye and Mrs. Sawyer pouring. Clear Lake Calendar Mrs. Knutson Is Hostess to Willard Tea Collection of Essays on Frances Willard Are Read. CLEAR LAKE -- The annual Frances Willard memorial lea spon- i sored by the W. C. T. U. was held Wednesday afternoon at the Mrs. j C. A. Knutson home. A b o u t 30 \ members of the organization and their friends attended the affair which was presided over by Mrs. M. L. Nutty. Mrs. W. F. Rich led the devotions and Mrs. D. H. Culver directed the program. It opened with a vocal selection, "Frances Willard," by Mrs. Faith Monaghen. A symposium of Frances Willard was given by the following: Mrs. R. D. Robbins on "The Resourceful Educator." Mrs. P. J. Pedcrson on "The Ardent Patriot," Mrs. Orren Porter on "Temperance Worker." Miss Nettie Chadbourne on "Organizer;" Mrs. L. S. Dorchester on "The Matchless Orator;" and Mrs. Culver on "Servant of God." A quiz on the purpose and use of the Willard fund was participated in by Mrs. W. N. Hill, Mrs. O. A. King, Mrs. Nora Grimm, Mrs. P. J. Pederson, Mrs. I. L. Paulson and Mrs M. L. Nutty. Mrs. Culver discussed the plans for the educational program and Mrs. Monaghen sang several selections. "There's Going to Be a Boycott," and "John Friday--Group ! ot Congregational Ladies' Aid, dessert luncheon at Mrs. L. E. Ashland home, North Fourth street, Enola Redfearn, co-hostess. Past Noble Grands at I. O. 0. F. hall, S. Rebekah circle at I. O. 0. F. hall, supper at 6. Home music contest at high school, 8. Mixed dance at Surf baliroom. Saturday--Oyster supper at Zion Lutheran church, Priscilla circle serving. Dance at North Shore Country club. Don Watts playing. Dance at Surf ballroom. division run. Rosenberg apparently I did not see the approaching train | and drove directly into its path, the j impact hurled the truck into a shallow pond at the side of the road. lowan Goes Out on Porch, Kills Himself BOONE. (.-'I')-- Sam Reed, 63. stepped out onto the porch of his f a r m home near here early Thursday and fatally wounded himself. Mrs. Reed is bedfast. "Congress is the servant of the people," says a newspaper writer. Not much; congress is the servant of the president.--pueblo, Colo., Indicator. Program Presented for Eastern Star CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Charles Hanscn and Mrs. Clyde Wright were co-chairmen for the 6:30 din- net served to the Eastern Star Wednesday at 6:30. A program of music and readings was given at 7 o'clock. Marguerite Winnie presented the humorous reading, "The Home Talent Rehearsal," and Miss Katherine Davis, a piano solo, "Fra Diavolo," from the opera by the same name. Mrs. A. H. Runcic also presented as vocal selections, "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling," and "Love's Old Sweet Song;." This was followed by the regular chapter meeting with most of the new officers in their places. MAN KILLED IN CAR-TRAIN CRASH Truck Driven by Rosenberg of Waverly Is Struck at Clarksville. CLARKSVILLE--Henry Rosenberg, 45, Waverly, driver for the Waterloo Laundry company of Waterloo, was instantly killed when No. G3 northbound Rock Island passenger train struck his truck as he was driving out ot town shortly after noon here Thursday. The accident occurred on the Kellar crossing on the edge of town on highway No. 53. Mrs. Rosenberg was called immediately after the crash. The body was taken to Waverly. The crash with the truck damaged the locomotive to the extent that a freight locomotive was put into service for remainedr of the ONE SWIFT AND SAFE PRESCRIPTION FOR RHEUMATISM One supremely pood prescription for rheumatism, sciatica, neuritis and lumbago--when caused or aggravated by excess uric acid--and most of it is--is well and favorably known to live pharmacists all over America. Just ask for 8 ounces Al- prescription and take as directed--it is swift and safe--often the pain and agony leave in 48 hiurs. Costs about S5c. Cut this out and save it. Makes Dress for Self Without Using Glasses on Her 86th Birthday r ; l ' H U Mrs. An:;ilol:i IJ. Chi- rlK'slcr, i x i i d i l ' M uklL'sl \voiTi9n ati'l t h e only widow ni ;i Civil war vct- 1'i'Jui in IHickl, WHS SO Wednesday. She cut out si dress for herself on that day and sewed on It without the use of glasses. Eat Cheese Every Meal CHEESE MARKET Well Cured Cheese is 95 r r Digestible :s WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL Butter--Eggs--Cheese Mason City-Clear Lake » Producl of NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Would you like to have spar- -^ Itling, shimmering silverware, without time-wasting rubbing and scouring? Then place a teaspoon of CLIMALENE in a pan of water boil silver for two minutes. Longer if badly stained. Rinse. Now you have silver free of dull soap film . . . glistening with shop window newness... always "ready for company". Get CLIMALENE from your grocer . . . IOc and 25c. The Climalene Co., Canton, Ohio. CLIMALENE d, can ^ out instead ot just thinking 7 ou're right. GROCERS.MEATS,FRUITS.VEGETABLES 10 -1*0 ST.M.E. PHONES4JH4 ~*fM£HBtfr WE DELIVER " ORANGES, Good Size, dozen 29c GRAPEFRUIT, e a c h . . . 5c KIPPERED SNACKS, can 5c SHRIMP, 2 cans 25c HOUSECLEANING NEEDS GARDEN CITY CLEANSER, Vz gal. Sani-Flush, can 19c BRITE-IZE CLEANSER, 3 cans 25c Big 4 Soap, 12 bars.. 25c FLOUR 49 Ibs. $2.45 --WORTH IT I HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS BEEF POT ROAST, per pound For a Real Treat Try Our BERKSHIRE PURE PORK SAUSAGE -- It's Great! FANCY SLICED BACON, pound. . . . Leave Orders With Us For FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS Try Mrs. Osborn's HOME-MADE BREAD and Mrs. Rogers' HOME-MADE PIES, CAKES, ROLLS and DOUGHNUTS CARL GHUFP'S QUALITY Phone 420 1339 North Federal We Highly Recommend Ann Kingsley's Methods of Meat Cookery. Boneless Rolled POT ROAST, Ib. For Loaves-Ground BEEF, Ib. Lamb Shoulder ROAST, Ib Cushion Style Pork SHOULDER, Ib.. . For Loaves-Ground PORK, Ib. American Style LEG-O'-LAMB, Ib. Kirk's Hardwafer Castile Soap, bar 5c FOR GROCERY SPECIALS SEE THE "R" GROCER ADVERTISEMENT Red Salmon l-lb. Can m *· 3 1 2§ c NASH COFFEE DEMONSTRATION HERE SATURDAY I Packed with HASH'S Toasted COFFii A Knife with 4 Mb. jars, per Ib. A Spoon attached to each 2-!b, jar, A Fork attached to each 3-lb. jar,

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