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February 18, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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six G, BROWN GIVES TIME SCHEDULE · Qear Lake Meets Mason City · Thursday,. March 4. CLEAR LAKE --The Clear Lake Lions will meet Mason City at 9 p. m. Thursday evening in the sectional basketball tournament to be held at Clear Lake March 4, 5 and 6, according to the time schedule just announced by George A. Brown, secretary o£ the Iowa High School Athletic association. Other pairings and times- in class A are Eritt vs. Nora Springs at 4 o'clock on Friday and Forest City vs. Garner at 7 p. m. the same day. Thompson has no pairing. The semifinals will be played Friday at 9 p. m, and Saturday at . Avoid False Teeth · . . * Dropping or Slipping Yon needn't fear false teeth dropping or slipping it you'll sprinkle a little Fastecth on your piales each morning. Gives, all day comfort and teeth hold tight. Deodorizes. No summy, Pasty, lastc or feeling. Get Fasteeth from your druggist. Three sizes. 3 p. m. and the final at 9 p.m. Saturday. ' 'Class B Listed.. In class B, Crystal Lake and Ventura, are carded lor 2 p. m. Friday, and Hayfield and Rock Falls at'3 p. m. the same afternoon. ' Hanlontown will meet Swaledale Thursday at 8 p. m. and Klemme will battle Leland Thursday.at 7 p. m. Semi-finals for the first two pairs will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday and for the other pairs at B p. m. Friday. The final in class B will be played at 8 p. m. Saturday. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBEUARY IS · 1937 Winners Named. In the intramural games played Wednesday evening Bacon's team made it first win of the season by defeating Brager's men 25 to 14. 3 a con was high point man. with .0 points, and Siesseger made 8 or Brager. Whitney won over Mullarky 21 o 18. Thomas made eight points or Whitney and Mullarky eight or his team. Palmeter downed Fistler in a 25 0 10 decision. Jack Philippe made 1 "points'for the Palmeter team ind Fritz Clausen four for.Fist- r. ·· · . The Lions go to Britt this Fri- 'ay night for a game there and tie second team plays in the coun- y tournament at Thornton Fri- ay afternoon. Clear Lake Globe -Gazette ' p Phone FEDERAL C D 1 1 IT* A k k i r x i rvt^i «··»* * n i H L i · * . _ _ _ _ FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET (Across From Hartford'Hotel Phone 42 SEE OUR WINDOWS --. QUALITY -- PRICE BUTTER Fresh Creamery, Ib.. . RED SALMON CABBAGE New Texas, Ib. 3c SPINACH Fresh, .Pound 5c COCOA Hershey's, 2-lb. Cart. 25c PORK Sr BEANS IQc Exfra Large Can. CLUB BROADCAST OF NEWS HEARD Group Hears Mrs. KmUsori; .Makes Plans for Doughnut Day. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Clarence Conklin, 114 West Division street, entertained members of group No. 3 of the Congregational aid at her home Wednesday afternoon .with Mrs. George Peterson as assistant hostess:'Mrs. N. B. Rice led devotions and the women listened to the broadcast of Federation club news over KGLO by Mrs. C. A. Knutscn as a part of the program. Plans for doughnut day to be held at the church Saturday were completed. Mrs. Rice :and Mrs. C. A. Comstock are co-chairmen and Committees were ' appointed for the kitchen, dining- room and selling. Members voted to serve sandwiches and coffee with doughnuts and to deliver orders phoned in. The hostesses served refreshments at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. H. E. Blough was a guest. *) * AID GROUP GIVES TOY SHOWER Mrs. L. C. Stuart, 500 North Third.street, entertained members of group No. 3 of the Congregational aid at her home Tuesday af-» ternooti at a dessert luncheon with 14 members present. A package showci for an invalid child resulted in several nice toys arid pleasant surprises for him. Plans were made for a dessert luncheon and benefit bridge at the homo of Mrs, Ralph Ingersol, 409 North Fourth street, next Wednesday, Feb. 24. OFFICE PHONE 239 LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation ond Advertising Residence Phone 67 ORANGES 34c Large, Juicy, dozen. GRAPEFRUIT Large ; 25C Extra 6 for Exfra Fancy, EGGS dozen.. 21c New POTATOES 4 Bounds.... 25c CATSUP Large,. 2 bottles. 25c No. 1 POTATOES 49c No. Minn.," 15 Pounds. NEW TURNIPS, RUTABAGAS, PARSNIPS, Ib 4 C GREEN PEPPERS, ONIONS, RADISHES, 3 bunches IQc Fresh ENDIVES: MUSTARD GREENS, STRAWBERRIES | Lemons, dozen.. . . . 29c j Coffee, Hills Bros., Ib. 27o ENTERTAIN AT HUNTriNG HOME Mrs. Edward Hupiting entertained group No. 5 o£ the Congregational aid at her home, 512 North Filth street, Wednesday afternoon at a dessert luncheon witli Mrs. Mary Bowman assisting hostess. The George Washington idea was carried out in the color scheme and table decorations and Mrs, C. F. Crane gave an interesting travelog of her recent trip to California' for the program. A' picnic supper and St. Patrick's Day party is planned at the home of Mrs. A. B/ Phillips for March 17. 4 * * . FRIENDSHIP CHAIN HOLDS PROGRAM . Mrs. . Harvey Smith, Clausen street, entertained 20 members of the Friendship Chain club at her home Wednesday afternoon. A program of games and contests was followed by refreshments. The club will meet at the home' oE Mrs. Raymond Anderson March 3. o * j MRS. ART J. GILES ENTERTAINS C. L. C. CLUB Mrs. Charles Kelly won high score and Mrs. J. W. Pattie second high at a luncheon meeting of the C.'L. C. club at the home of Mrs Art J. Giles, 215 North Secon street, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs P. W. Crawford was awarded th draw prize and Mrs. R. R. Star), Peoria, 111., was a guest. The clu will meet next Thursday afternooi .for a 1:30 o'clock luncheon at th home of Mrs. Crawford, 209V North Fourth street. ' · ' . a v v i TO1VNSEND CLUB HAS VALENTINE PARTY Mr. and Mrs. William Procto entertained the Townsend club a their home on East Division stree Wednesday evening. Music and ai exchange o£ comic valentines wert features of the evening., A socia hour was followed by refreshments. The club plans to meet a the city hall in two weeks. WlLMATJJlX IS FEBRUARY BRIDE Weds Clarence Weaver in Ceremony Before H. N. Halvorson. CLEAR LAKE -- Miss Wilma Truax, Milford, and Clarence Weaver, Griswold, were marriec at the office of H. N. Halvorson justice o£ the peace, Wednesday at 4:45 p. m. with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin H. Werle acting as witnesses. The bride, a niece of Mrs. Werle, wore a wine colored gown with black accessories. Following the ceremony a wedding supper was served at the Werle home, 205 Holt street, with Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Snodgrass and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snodgrass as additional guests. Mrs. Weaver is a graduate o£ -Milford high school. The youn d people expect to make their home in Grant where Mr. Weaver is a trucker. This was the first wedding ceremony performed by Mr. Halvorson since his induction into office Jan. 1 and he confesses to being as nervous as any bride or groom could be. Mr. Halvorson' has done considerable work upon his office in anticipation o£ such events and has achieved what he thinks a suitable background for marriage ceremonies. Mitchell Electric Co. 118 N..4tli St., Clear Lake ELECTRIC WIRING and RADIO REPAIRING Phones 53-475 Sugar Cured, Shankless PICNICS Pound . . I7c BETTER MEATS FOR LESS aiONEY Tender Corn Fed Friday, Saturday, Monday Specials W E H A N D L E U. S. INSPECTED - -- - - -- -- · · wi 11 i ^ u - /Wliic r*H Club STEAKS, Ib. 15c I Veal STEAK, Ib. I5c "Fresh .Ground Milk Fed HAMBURGER and SAUSAGE. Ib... lOc Mrs. Luick to Move , 'Beauty Nook' Mar. 1 CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Charles Luick has leased', the store room formerly occupiepby the A ; and C Style shop and -'will move her "Beauty Nook" 'there March ' 1. The building,, which is the property of Roy Dobfas, will be remodeled and redecorated for its new occupant. Later, living apartments will be fitted up in the rear arc! the Luicks will live (here. HARRYWELKER HEADS SHIPPERS Association Stockholder Hold Annual Meet at Church., CLEAR LAKE--Harry Welke was chosen president of the Cleai Lake Livestock-Shippers association at a meeting held at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon. Ray Baker was elected secretary. Both were chosen by the board of directors elected earlier by the members of the association present. J. B Osnes became director in the Clear.Lake district in place of A. J. Ravvson. Others are Mi- Baker, Mr. Welker and Eli Mack Directors of Ventura district are Frank Thacla, William Darrow and Paul Loth. J. E. Williamson, secretary- treasurer of the Iowa Co-operative Live Stock Shipping association and Sam Thompson, a member of Ihe extension division of Iowa State college, gave talks along unes connected with the work of Ihe association. Students from the Clear Lake ligli school musical department, the boys' quartet, mixed quartet woodwind group and brass sexte* lave a varied and interesting program which was much appreciated, Refreshments were served VTr. Thada, president of the organ- zation, was in charge of the meeting which was attended by 110 stockholders. Eastern Star Dinner Committee Is Named CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. A. B| Philips and Mrs. T. E. Sondrol are ban-men of the dinner committee or Eastern Star lodge 6:30 dinner nday evening at Masonic Temple. \ school of instruction will be held t 1 o'clock and further work will ollow the dinner. Mrs. L. O. Kim- all was installed as marshal and Irs. C. A. Bcckner as Electa at he regular lodge meeting at the emple Wednesday cxening. W.C.T.IL Sponsors W i l l a r d Memorial Tea at Runcie Home CLEAR LAKE--Mrs.' Walter Sopher, Mason City, spoke on the subject "1874--1937" before members of the WOman's Christian Temperance union at a Frances E. Willard memorial tea held at the home of Mrs. A. H. Runcie, 608 North Fourth street, Wednesday afternoon. The occasion was the sixtieth anniversary of the entrance of Miss Willard into temperance work. Miss Sai-a Smith led devotions, Mrs. Irving Lee and Mrs. Hazel Dunsmoor sang two hymns, and the Misses Klare McCormick and Helen Lomen sang "Whispering Hope." Mrs. James McCoimick accompanied the musical selections at the piano. Mrs. B. W. Riner paid tribute to- Miss Willai-d's memory and a silver offering was taken for the Frances E. Willard memorial. Mrs. Gertrude 'Bice, Mrs. E. E. Butz, Mrs. Will Rich and Mrs. Riner were the committee serving the 25 women present. Mrs. Iver Hodnefield ar-, ranged the program. Oak street, in which Mr. and Mrs George Prestholt and family and Charles Prestholt were living. The fire, which started around the chimney, was discovered by a child of the family, the only person in the house at the time. The fire company was called and some of the men went out but could do little as there was no water and the driveway was blocked with snow. Some furniture was saved and the loss of the house was partly covered by insurance. 1 Submils to .-Operation. ROCKWELL--James Dougherty, 18, Dougherty, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Rockwell hospital Tuesday. Prestholt Home Is Destroyed by Fire CLEAR LAKE--Fire Wednesday evening destroyed the six- room house on the farm owned by Mrs. W. T. Fish, 215 South ffSfSe LEAKS ·-V'.-fN","V OVERSHOES C£LP5H15 BOO.TS.ETC! SHOES AT HOME (Protect family'* henlth. I For Ic you can mend a /hole in.ehoes. boots, g- f Joshes, etc. 26 patch;.-/or 25c. Easy, no muss 1 \Va ter- proofs them for months. S o - L o P L A S T I C R U B B E R Spreads oti MVn butter-driea l a u j t h o f f c r n i d h l . Flexible- non-skid-- waterproof. Abso- lately SBiranUedl Tear oat tfa U d and mfc t orSo-Lo al-Kresce's, IVoohi'orlh's, X c w b c r r y's, Wal- ffrcen's. Sears', Wards' or n e a r e s t l(ic or hardware store. Clear Lake Briefs LIVER SAUSAGE, Pound. Corn Pot Roast, Ib.. . . . . . . . 13c Short 'Ribs, fb.. . . . . . ; 10c Swiss Steak, Ib.. . . - . ' · 19c Beef Stew, Ib. 1 5 C Cutlets, Ib. . . . . 20c Chops, Steaks, Ib 20c Side Pork, Ib 18c Center Loin Roost, Ib. 18c Pocket Raasf, Jb.. . Roast, Ib. . . Breast, Ib 8e Patties, Ib 1 lOc 15c 1-POUND PACKAGE BREAKFAST BACON. 25c LEG-0'- MUTTON, j BEST BUY OLEO, I Tax Paid, Pound. 2Ic Ib.. 12c ! MUTTON CHOPS, Ib.. MUTTON ROAST, Ib. Decker's 100% Pure Leaf LARD.lb. . Pork Hocks Pork Heart* "Pork Liver Pork Brains Beef Hearts Fresh Dressed Mb. o 17c OCEAN WHITING, 3 I f a s . . . PERCH FILLETS, Ib.. Pig's Feet Back Bones Soup Meat Mutton Stew I SMOKED J SALMON, OYSTERS, ' Quart . . . Smoked BRAUNSCHWEIGER, Ib... Smoked PORK HOCKS, Ib.. .. 25c| 9-lb. KEG H E R R I N G 95c DRIED HERRING, BaconSqiiarcs,lS».l6c | Spare Ribs, 20c For Rent Modern healed apart ment. E. E. Butz. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lambecl 306i/i West Main street, will mov March 1 to the old Lambert plac north o£ town. Exsello flour, 49 Ibs. $1.48. Bas ket Groc., Clear Lake. Roy French, veteran janitor a the schoolhousc, suffered a heai attack Tuesday evening and i quite ill at his home, 200 East Di vision street. Norlhfield milk, 3 falleans 2Cc Basket Groc., Clear Lake. John Furse, who has been quit ill at his home with pneumoniE for some time, was reported improving Thursday morning. Special Fri. and Sat.: 40 cotton dresses SI each--selected from $1.95 and 52,95 lines. Nichols Shop. Circle No. 2 nf the Melhotlis aid will meet Friday for a 1:31 o'clock dessert luncheon at tht home of Mrs. Julia Cobb, Jefferson street. Mrs. Stanley Smith and Mrs. .Steve Hammond are assisting hostesses. Mrs. Ivcr Hoaneiicld, 400 Eas Main street, left Thursday for Minneapolis where she will visi her daughter, Mrs. F. Milton Olson, and family for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Nelson and son, Ronald, returned to Minneapolis Tuesday evening after attending the funeral of Mr. Nelson's father, Richard Nelson, SI at Jewell Tuesday. They spen Monday night at Clear Lake at the home of Mrs. Nelson's father Iver Hodnefield, 400 East Main street, and Mr. Hodnefield accompanied them to Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Oellchen and family spent Tuesday evening visiting at the home of Mr end Mrs. Milton Patterson. The time was spent playing cards. Mr and Mrs. Patterson will move March 1 to a farm near Garner Mr. ami Mrs. N. B. Rice, Moycr apartments, went Wednesday a f t - ernoon to Orange City where they were to attend the funeral of Mr Rices grandfather on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. w. Paltie lias received word from her daughter, Mrs C D. Krepps, that little Nancy left the hospital at Clinton last Sun- aay after almost six weeks there and is now at their home in Maquoketa. She will return to the hospital twice a week for treatments. A 7vV rHy lodsc No - 25 ° A - F - and A - M. will hold a special meeting at the Masonic temple Thursday tvenrns at 8 o'clock at which lime two second degrees will be conferred, according to an announcement by A. W. Matthics worshipful master, who desires a full attendance of Masons.' O P E N I N G SATURDAY, FE MOELLER CLEAR LAKE'S NEW - SHOE-STORE SATURDAY; FEBRUARY 20 FOOTWEAR for the "STAR BKAND SHOES' 7 ~ Whole Family Located at 202 West Main Street, Clear Lake A Valuable Gift with every pair ot shoes purchased opening day! FREE-GIFTS Men's shirts (work .or dress) Overalls, Tics, Gloves, Sox, Hdkfs., Suspenders, etc. To Every Person Attending Our Opening Saturday! Xou get POLL-PARROT shoe MONEY with every purchase ABLE PRrVc: « T " S mone y" ca " b e exchanged for VALUABLE, PRIZES. Here's extra value! Ask about IT. FRIENDS: I want you to visit our new Store any time and see his new line of merchandise. Whether you BUY or no? make n P n S r^, Ur » head ^ a '; terS -, Plen ' y of ^ ck ^S space ?or youx car near our store. You're always welcome at MOELLER'S. Arnold Moellcr, Prop. WHEN KIDNEY TROUBLE CAUSES YOU TO GET UP NIGHTS When Bladder Is Irritated When Passasre is Difficult When Backache Bothers Flush Poisonous Waste and Acid Prom. Kidneys GAIN IN HEALTH If you aren't feeling just right- are nervous--have dizzy spells and occasional backache--study your kidneys and learn more about yourself. Through the delicate fillers of the kidneys, acid and poisonous waste are drawn from the blood and discharged from the body thru the bladder--sometimes these filters become clogged with poisonous waste and kidneys do not function properly--they need a good cleaning. One reliable medicine, highly efficient . and inexpensive is GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules--you can't go wrong ' on this grand medicine for it has been helping people for 50 years --to correct their aches and pains and to banish uric acid conditions, the aggravation of sciatica, neuritis, neuralgia, lumbago a n d rheumatism. So if you have such symptoms of Kidney trouble as backache, nervousness, getting up two or three times during the night scanty, burning or smarting passage--leg cramps--moist palms or puffy eyes get a 35 cent.pack- age of this grand and harmless diuretic at any modern drugstore --it starts the first day on its errand of helpfulness. But be sure it's GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules--the original--the genuine--right from Haarlem in Holland. AT SAM RAIZES STORE-WIDE BARGAINS We are listing only a few of the many Bargains offered in pur various departments! BACON, l.lb. Sliced, pkg-. 25- SALAD DRESSING, Quart 6 Jar A EGGS, Fresh Country, dozen OATMEAL, 5 Ib. package ...... COFFEE, Butternut, Folgers, Hills Bros., (correct grind) Pillsbury's PANCAKE FLOUR, 6*** 3'/2 Ib. pkg- I MILK, 3 Tall Cans CRACKERS, . r Crisp. 2 Ib. box Oceans of lather \nslftiuty \it Any Water KIRK'S c o c o iH33W«IER CASTILE for She's fallen for a new breakfast thrill-- V A / U C A T * n t A l Start the day with a steaming bowl of luscious Whcat-Oata and merrily you'll roll along! This appeiitc- teaser is a gay blend of plump, ripe oats and golden wheat-- a flavor combination the family will cheer. An'd it sticks to your ribs. Helps fceepenergyupthemorningthrough. Wheat-Data gives you'a lot for a lie. Coits less than )/ 2( ! a serving. Pedal in to your grocer and ask for it today! GIANT SIZE 160 SERVINGS) SUGAR, Pure Cane, 10 Ibs. with Order CATSUP, 4 ft Tall Bottle Jill K. C. BAKING POWDER, 25 oz. Can, Special FISH -- Complete line of fish for Lent at special prices! ' Campbell's TOMATO SOUP, 3 Cans GRAPEFRUIT, Seedless, Ige. size, 10 for Puts 25 times more soap right on dirty s p o t s w H i t t mirm* 6 for 0 A P 9' COCOA, 4 /- c Large 2 Ib. box J-iJ FLOUR, Cream, 49 Ib. Sack Occident, '59 11). Sack Jersey Cream, $-1 65 Occident, $2-39 CHEESE, Full Cream, uer Ib 19' BUTTER, Fresh Creamery, any Brand, Q y f c with Order TOBACCO, Prince Albert, Velvet, Kentucky Club, per tin Macaroni or Spaghetti, 3 pounds ;. NOTICE!! In order In make room for our spring merchandise we are forced to c!ose-out our enlire winter stock. And all other short lots of merchandise at Ridiculously Low Prices! Shop at Sam 's-Save the Difference Ladies' and Children's SHOES-OXFORDS-PUMPS TO BE CLOSED OUT at a fraction of their cost! On tables in'basement! Lot. No. 1 fi9 c Lot No. 2 9§c Lot No. 3 $1.39 Lot No. 4 ,, $1.69 Buy Several i-airs at These Low Prices! Men's and Boys' WINTER CAPS and HELMETS Values up to 69 c! SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 South Federal FREE DELIVERY Phono

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